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SIROUS KAVEHERCY
@ DART GROUP GREENSPOT AMSTERDAM
CULTURE
EATS STRATEGY
FOR BREAKFAST
A CONTE...

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Culture Eats Strategy for Breakfast - Greenspot by DartGroup Amsterdam - Context For Media, Marketing and Globalization - Sirous Kavehercy

I was invited by marketing agency Dart Group to speak at a Greenspot gathering in Amsterdam, where I discussed the importance of culture in international business. The audience included marketing and communication professionals from various sectors.
This presentation provides a brief and 360 degree view of culture including historical, social, communicative and organizational aspects of it.

The purpose of the slides is not to provide answers but to present facts, raise questions, start a conversation and trigger the viewer to think differently. This led to a lively and informative discussion in the audience. It is obviously impossible to replace that with written notes.

For a detailed recap please visit the website. If you have questions let me know and I will be happy to share my thoughts with you http://www.tripylonmedia.com.

I was invited by marketing agency Dart Group to speak at a Greenspot gathering in Amsterdam, where I discussed the importance of culture in international business. The audience included marketing and communication professionals from various sectors.
This presentation provides a brief and 360 degree view of culture including historical, social, communicative and organizational aspects of it.

The purpose of the slides is not to provide answers but to present facts, raise questions, start a conversation and trigger the viewer to think differently. This led to a lively and informative discussion in the audience. It is obviously impossible to replace that with written notes.

For a detailed recap please visit the website. If you have questions let me know and I will be happy to share my thoughts with you http://www.tripylonmedia.com.

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