Business strategy planning between East and West
An ideal option for businesses who can’t access in-person training or do not have time, we can arrange webinars to prepare for a different business culture:
- prepare your executives
- evaluate your current business model
- provide ongoing support.
We offer pre-departure briefings and individualised training for your staff, depending on your goals and specific projects in a region. Regardless of your staff’s experience in Asia, we can prepare them for cultures, regulations and political environments.
Helen Brown offers her expertise in hosting and participating on panels for Asian-Australian business events. She has hosted the Advance Awards and facilitated panels for Asialink Business, the Australian Indonesia Centre (AIC), and Global Victoria.
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“The workshops helped in my collaboration with a large Indonesian city administration by alerting me to the different ways in which officials would be communicating with each other, which would not be obvious to me, and which meant decision-making would take longer than I had envisaged. This meant I could create a more realistic deadline for a project and better manage stakeholder expectations.”