VOTE for us at SXSW
Intercultural communications has been a passion of mine since I discovered the field in 2000 while living in Singapore. I have had the privilege of working with the top Fortune 500 multi-national companies in the world. What I have learned is that some of the toughest programs aren’t those between U.S. Americans and say Japanese, Brazilians, or Germans, but instead with people from English speaking countries.
The assumption is that just because we speak the same language we should be able to understanding one another, but the reality couldn’t be further from the truth. As a result, I am asking supporters to vote for our panel submission for the SXSW conference next March in Texas. The panel will illuminate the cultural nuances that are so often overlooked between transatlantic cultures with English as a primary language.
Intercultural Communications is a dialogue worth continuing. Casting your vote helps keep that conversation going and hopefully creating more awareness across cultures. The panel, organized by Ian Sanders and featuring Feargall Kenny of New York Digital Irish, Katherine King of Invisible Culture, and Grainne Barron of Viddyad.
Again, to vote click here.