Cultural Intelligence for the Virtual World

By Matthew MacLachlan
8th September 2020

Needing to do business with New Zealanders? For advice and guidance on making a good impression in New Zealand you need to check out our top 10 tips. …

Cultural Intelligence – The forgotten skills

By Matthew MacLachlan
9th July 2020

Needing to do business with New Zealanders? For advice and guidance on making a good impression in New Zealand you need to check out our top 10 tips. …

10 reasons why more cultural intelligence is needed in the logistics industry

By Sue Bryant
31st July 2019

Transport and logistics is facing enormous change as an industry. New technology, new ways of collaborating and evolving competition are all driving this change.

So is customer service. Never before have customers had such high expectations, whether in a B2B or B2C environment. The increase in demand for swift delivery at lower than ever costs, combined with a seemingly global shortage of drivers and skills, are some of the biggest issues facing the logistics industry….

10 reasons why more cultural intelligence is needed in the manufacturing industry

By Sue Bryant
17th July 2019

The majority of companies operating in the automotive industry are global. Parts are sourced globally, which requires relationship building with overseas suppliers. Vehicles are sold worldwide, which means being culturally aware when creating sales and marketing campaigns and strategies. Sales teams have to work together across cultures. Employee bases, from the factory floor to sales forces and dealerships are multicultural, which requires cross-cultural understanding. What’s more, the automotive industry is in a state of change, with increased competition to car ownership from companies like Uber and Lyft, as well as car-sharing schemes and the prospect of driverless vehicles. The ability to recognise trends and respond quickly in different markets is essential….

10 reasons why more cultural intelligence is needed in the automotive industry

By Sue Bryant
25th June 2019

The majority of companies operating in the automotive industry are global. Parts are sourced globally, which requires relationship building with overseas suppliers. Vehicles are sold worldwide, which means being culturally aware when creating sales and marketing campaigns and strategies. Sales teams have to work together across cultures. Employee bases, from the factory floor to sales forces and dealerships are multicultural, which requires cross-cultural understanding. What’s more, the automotive industry is in a state of change, with increased competition to car ownership from companies like Uber and Lyft, as well as car-sharing schemes and the prospect of driverless vehicles. The ability to recognise trends and respond quickly in different markets is essential….

Schedule a call
close slider
Schedule a conversation
Send us your details using the form below and one of our team will get back to you