“How can Cultural Diplomacy win friends in Asia business?” David Clive Price interviews Grant Hall for the Asia Business Network Expert Series.
By Grant Hall. How the Government of South Australia is using Corporate Cultural Diplomacy to advance its trade relationship with China and why it’s a good model that can be adopted by governments elsewhere.
By Grant Hall. Corporate cultural diplomacy is more than getting people together in a room and hoping they like each other.
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By Grant Hall. A cultural engagement program between the China Philharmonic and the West Australia Symphony Orchestras is a good example of corporate cultural diplomacy.
By Grant Hall. I tried for years to get my Irish friends interested in cricket because it’s a great sport, but now my argument is economics.
Your business relationships are assets and need to be maintained. Corporate cultural diplomacy can be used to maintain, repair or even prevent your relationships from degrading.
Corporate cultural diplomacy is the opposite of megaphone marketing – it’s more like music
Businesses that ignore culture in new markets do so at their peril.
As international business expands, companies are learning the importance of good relationships in foreign markets. What role can our sport stars play?
Corporate cultural diplomacy is a tool to manage international business relationships and gain influence in foreign markets. Here’s why you should use it.
What constitutes Corporate Cultural Diplomacy? How is it different from Corporate Social Responsibility?