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Communicatienetwerk Limburg – Interculturele Communicatie

Het Communicatie Netwerk Limburg heeft genoten van Sirous Kavehercy tijdens het 35 jarig bestaan van ons netwerk. Het thema was 'wie ben ik, wie zijn wij'. Sirous sloot perfect aan bij dit thema. Op een enthousiaste en interactieve wijze nam Sirous zeventig communicatieprofessionals mee in zijn verhaal over culturele achtergronden en diversiteit, aannames, ken jezelf [...]

Facebook blog

Summary In a recent paper Princeton University researchers presented the idea that Facebook will lose 80% of its users within three years time. This blog looks at Facebook’s global growth and provides an analysis of its position, threats and opportunities from various aspects: cultural, technological, demographical and competition. In paragraphs below we will be taking […]

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Culture – Context for Media, Marketing and Globalization

People are loyal to culture not strategy! Culture provides an important context for our communication, media usage, marketing and global strategies. People travel, migrate or connect online always carrying their culture with them. Therefore recognizing cultural diversity is a very important asset for any organization. Recently I was invited by marketing agency Dart Group to speak […]

Facebook’s Challenges, A Global Perspective

Will Facebook Turn 15? On the 19th of February 2014 Facebook announced it is buying WhatsApp for $12 billion in stock and $4 billion in cash. There have been numerous speculations about the motivations of Facebook to do this.  WhatsApp, with its 450 million active users, was becoming a serious threat to Facebook. Besides the fact […]

Interview With Digital Hungary About Open And Free Internet

Last month I was invited to speak at Internet Hungary Conference 2013. Below is my interview with the website Digital Hungary about the importance of a free and open internet and our opportunities and responsibilities towards it. The original interview is in Hungarian and can be found here. Below is a Google translation of the […]