Highlights: ti communication at SIETAR USA 2017 Conference

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At the SIETAR USA Conference last week (18 to 21 October 2017) in San Diego, ti communication introduced its brand and US-based office to the intercultural industry in North America.

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ti communication goes USA

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ti communication is growing transatlantically for you, with an office in Portland, Oregon, USA.
Our doors open there right now. With this fixed structure in North America, ti communication’s services will be targeted even more precisely toward your needs:

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ti communication GmbH with strong presence at the European-Colorado Trade Show, 23 February 2017, Denver, Colorado, USA

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with strong presence at the European-Colorado Trade Show, 23 February 2017, Denver, Colorado, USA

A premiere took place on a snowy Thursday in Denver, CO, USA: Jointly organized by the World Trade Center Denver, the German Professional Women´s Association of Colorado and the German American Chamber of Commerce Denver, the first European-Colorado Trade Show was off to good start with approximately 40 vendors and 200 visitors. ti communication GmbH was represented strongly: First, with the keynote speech “Cross Cultural Skills as a Key Success Factor“ by Sabine Amend, Director Business Development USA for ti communication GmbH, second with a vendor booth, and third, as a co-panelist together with Paul Kullman (formerly State Department Commercial Section) and James Mister (invest in bavaria, San Francisco office) addressing international trade and investment issues.

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What kind of America is this? Thoughts on the Presidential Campaign

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What kind of America is this? Thoughts on the Presidential Campaign

What kind of America is this? How did we get to this strange place? As a European who has been living in the US since the Bush (junior) presidency, this is an almost daily puzzle. At present, quite a lot of Americans are pondering similar questions. Here is a way to make some sense of the picture by looking at cultural roots and contemporary changes playing out in the current presidential campaigns:

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Fascinating and entertaining! - Intercultural lectures for company events, conferences, or meetings

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Fascinating and entertaining! - Intercultural lectures for company events, conferences, or meetings

We know the answer!Have you been wondering why your international business associate is constantly late or why the agreed procedure was,once again, ultimately not followed? Learn about intercultural pitfalls regarding your international challenges. Our lecturescan be booked at any time of the year at your convenience for team or business events of all kinds. Contact us atcontact@ticommunication.eu.

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Leadership in International Projects: GPM visiting the workshop classrooms of ti communication

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Leadership in International Projects: GPM visiting the workshop classrooms of ti communication

On December 7th, the head of the GPM regional group Regensburg, Dr. rer. pol. Christian Eisenschink, opened the event „Leadership in International Projects”. As initiator of the event, he welcomed the attending members and interested guests and emphasized that leadership in international projects requires cooperation on a cultural level as well as on management and personnel levels. Clearly-structured tasks and the right tone are prerequisites. The basic skills and abilities that managers should possess was the topic of the GPM lecture with Anna Corbett at ti communication.

The focus of the lecture was basic skills and abilities that characterise leadership and the expansion of these skills to include an international factor. The participants used the occasion of the lecture "Leadership in International Projects" to expand on and discuss various topics with lecturer Anna Corbett. Specific aspects, such as "cultural hurdles" or "leadership in the matrix", made for lively discussion.

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Cultural understanding á la carte

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Cultural understanding á la carte

Indulgence workshop by Gerhard Hain and Christoph Hauser allows you to dip your senses into foreign cultures

When and to whom do you give your business card at a business meal with Japanese – and which way do you hold it? How many bows or half-bows are appropriate when doing so, and what are the "ten do's and don'ts" for doing business with Arabian business associates? If you are preparing for intercultural business relationships by limiting yourself to such questions, you're doing it wrong, according to Gerhard Hain: "It's not about fixed rules, it's about encounters between people – whether on a national or international level". With his consulting firm ti communication, he, along with 80+ team members, has been successfully supporting companies in internationalizing their businesses for 15 years now. Infineon, Robert Bosch, Hilti and several other international market leaders as well as SMEs are now part of their clientele.

"Learning can be fun and involves the senses"

Hain finds the stolid memorization of rules of conduct to be largely ineffective. Instead, he focuses on a deep understanding of cultural peculiarities and small communication codes, as well as observing without evaluating. "Learning can be fun and involve the senses", is a further principle at ti communication. Thus, it is only a matter of course that Gerhard Hain got together with an indulgence expert in the autumn of 2014 to combine learning and indulging: along with Christoph Hauser, known, among other things, for Hausers Kochschule (cooking school), he now offers "intercultural indulgence workshops". In groups of a maximum of ten persons, a one-day seminar will focus on a specific cultural realm where intercultural communication is explained in theory and practised in practical situations, followed by cooking and eating a typical meal of the respective country, which culminates in a sensory understanding of the target culture.

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ti communication turns 15

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ti communication turns 15

Company anniversary 

Ti communication turns 15 – what better reason to celebrate! And yet, we wanted more than just a party. True to the motto "Work hard, play hard", we coupled our anniversary with the exchange platform INTERCHANGE, which successfully took place on the afternoon of 2 October. That evening, most of the conference participants took advantage of the opportunity to continue conversations begun in the afternoon with chilled drinks, a warm buffet and cool jazz. Some used the break between events to go on a tour of the winding lanes of the medieval Old Town, presented by Stadtmaus, and discover interesting facts about the history of Regensburg as a city of encounter – a perfect topic to fit the day. With the arrival of the evening guests, the room in the historical Salzstadel in the heart of Regensburg's historical centre was well filled.  

Fund-raiser in favor of Doctors Without Borders

But the relaxed evening event offered more than just entertainment. Conceived as a fund-raiser, all profits went to the international charity Doctors Without Borders. The motto "Work hard, play hard" continued through the evening, whereby the work on that evening was treated as a reason to celebrate. Before guests could enjoy the international delicacies made by Hausers Kochlust, supported by Rosenpalais Catering, they received some food for thought. In a visibly good mood, ti communication directors Gerhard Hain and Susanna Bezzel greeted their guests, and Mr. Hain took the opportunity to explain in a humorous presentation "what moves us and where we are going". It then became clear that the ti communication success story was not only made possible by a high degree of commitment and dedication and hard work, but also a hearty dose of fun.  

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A successful premiere

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A successful premiere

INTERCHANGE took place for the 1st time

After months of preparation, from the conceptual planning to the organization of the venue and catering to inviting presenters and participants, 2 October finally arrived: the INTERCHANGE exchange platform took place for the first time, and, without exaggeration, we can say that the premiere could not have been much better. Inspired by bright sunshine, everyone involved provided for an excellent atmosphere even before the official start of the day. Heartfelt greetings, animated small talk and the prospect of a fascinating day filled the rooms of the historical Salzstadel in the heart of the world heritage city of Regensburg. The location, as historic as it is modern, proved to be the ideal site for a successful mixture of concentrated professionalism and pleasant conviviality.  

One decisive factor for the event's success was its perfect organization by our marketing department, who made sure it was conducted smoothly, from start to finish. The ti communication staff in charge of reception and service also contributed to the wonderful atmosphere by – believe it or not – being even more motivated, professional and friendly than they already are. In cooperation with the extraordinary catering provided by Hausers Kochlust, supported by Rosenpalais Catering, they left nothing to be desired. 

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INTERCHANGE – the Exchange Forum

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INTERCHANGE – the Exchange Forum
The meeting point for intercultural professionals and economic experts

For 15 years now, we have operated under the motto “Wherever you are, we’re already there”. Now it’s time for you to come to us. We cordially invite you to be a part of the first ti communication INTERCHANGE – in the heart of our home, the World Heritage Site of Regensburg.

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