Break-through sessions: How to be successful internationally?

How to be succesful internationally? Best practices and insights from insiders.

The break-through sessions go into detail on interesting markets and examples of inspiring entrepreneurship. Knowledge exchange and sharing inspiration and contacts is key. In this interactive session you can talk to the insiders of the hard and soft skills of international business – from intercultural facts to establishing the correct contract. The choice is yours as to which of the four break-through sessions you wish to attend.

Hosts:

Ferdi Licher Ferdi Licher is Director of Knowledge and Explorations within the Ministry of Internal Affairs. He is responsible for strategic research, policy information and research, relationships with knowledge institutions, economic policy in the policy housing (rental and sales market), housing (urban renewal, investment conditions, energy savings), living environment (focus areas, growth centers, shrink areas).
  Marcel Vroom is participant in the Yard9 consortium. Yard9 is an open minded team of experts, working in the international design consulting business and exploring mutual cultural heritage and technological know-how. Yard9 is focused on the development of products and services with shared cultural values of our partners in mind. The consortium combines a staff of 120 professionals with more than 30 years of unique experience. Its success is illustrated with a client list of almost all large Western European companies and an almost endless summary of international design awards.
 Esther Janssen Esther Janssen MSc. is senior trainer, consultant and speaker on cross-cultural management & communication. In 2005, she founded consultancy and training firm Culture-Inc. that supports a wide range of international companies and organizations with tailored cross-cultural training & coaching, workshops and business consultancy. In addition, she holds guest lectures and keynote speeches on cross-cultural topics and trends for various organizations and institutions, such as DutchDFA, the Federation of Dutch Exporters and the World Water Academy.
 31c22c5 Anil Joshi is founder of ITIDA International in 2002 with trainers and coaches in 20 countries and across 3 continents. One of the themes he often speaks about is successful international business. As a trainer he offers insights about strategy & leadership development, conflict management, negotiation skills development, cultural sensitivity and supply chain management/purchasing/procurement.

The other experts:

E: Why work with the Dutch? What are future USPs?
Adriaan Mout Adriaan is director of LEVS architects. LEVS made designs for various locations in Germany, and has a large experience in Africa. Currently the work mainly in Russia. It is the firm’s conviction that understanding local culture and the integration of local knowledge and tradition are absolutely essential
Fred Schoorl Fred is director of BNA, the Royal Institute of Dutch Architects. He is interested in scenario planning and he foresees a large potential for the future profession of the architect, among others in cross-overs with other disciplines and future developments in IT.
F: Joint Forces. Working with partners in collaborations and consortia.
TBA
G: Cross-cultural skills to boost your international business
Machiel Hopman Machiel is managing director of Consort Architects that has been active for years in many countries.They work for as well Dutch as foreign clients.
George Polman George is founder of AG architects. He gained international experience including a project on Bonaire, which will be discussed in this session.
Aron Bogers Aron is partner at Inbo architects and for years he governs Inbo’s activities in China.
H: International negotiating tactics
Philip Ridgeway Philip is a British architect living and working in France. He has experience working in the Philippines, Luxembourg, Malaysia and Africa. He is member of the Working Group on International Fees and Scope of Services of the Architects’ Council of Europe (ACE).

Direct inschrijven? Klik hier of stuur een mail naar international@bna.nl


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