Small group of italian people speaking korean… it’s not only cool and really exciting for those aspects may concern cross culture and linguistic vision, but I think it could be considered a new point of start for that we can call “perception of post modern melting pot in Milan”.
It was really nice today to introduce to our members, smart people who really love our “way of melting cultures”, Mr Koh General Consul of Republic of Korea in Milan, during diploma ceremony for our students whom are taking part to Korean classes in Asian Studies Group.
The occasion was really important on creating new perspective of cooperation for cultures and societies between Italy and Korea.
It would be a periodic appointment really useful for the organization I’m running as president and director of studies, on make our students more involved in international dynamics embracing eastern Asia cultures.
As they showed us today they’re really studying hard ‘cause they want to face with Korean market and local players with competence and concrete knowledge about communications strategies and charismatic approach.
Language is for sure one of most high-value ways to get more familiar with so different cultures.
We’re supporting as much as we can the Korean Boom in Italy and official courses for this language are already started in Milan, Rome, Padova and Turin and we’re busy on managing well framed contents and diversified levels, in particular taking care of specific needs for whom desire to study for specific purposes of certifications.
The next step for me will consist about planning of business tour in Korea focused on meetings that will help my organization to provide tailor made services for university students, research centers, young professionals looking for opportunities of relocation for their career, associations that operate on international projects and exchanges: Korea is really looking towards Europe and Milan will host one of most important events of the century for that may concern sustainability and development of productive processes.
Market is ready for sure to boost international opportunities of dialogue, but we have to think also about people: business needs always patience, passion and of course people.
I always use the rule of 3 P during my training programs for corporates, cause I think that the human element represent a fundamental to plan winner strategy on approaching external markets. As advisor for internationalization of companies on eastern asia markets I feel really comfortable with commercial issues but european corporates need more time to consider that economic systems are first of all different for that may concern people… and starting with education, investing on people time and resources will be for sure the right step for successful approach.