Helping you take your business to the world
and bringing the world to you
InterMondo’s cross-cultural expertise helps you to be more effective
doing business across cultures.
InterMondo helps you improve how you communicate and manage your business relationships when you operate across cultures and with culturally diverse teams.
By supporting you to overcome cultural frustrations and turn communication failure into success, we help you save time and money and achieve your business objectives.
Is your business taking action to prevent workers getting exploited in your supply chain?
If so, we’d love to hear from you!
This short poll is to help us understand what businesses are doing (or want to do) against worker exploitation. This will help us formulate a checklist that helps businesses act and document their actions for customers, partners and investors.
Map Your Organisation to Australia’s Modern Slavery Act
The responses to the poll above have assisted in the creation of a series of matrices
designed to help you map your business or organisation to Australia’s Modern Slavery Act.
InterMondo offer a range of practical cultural support services,
tailored to suit your business’ needs:
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14 tips to help you prepare for the
ultimate cross-cultural business event
Book an InterMondo cultural program for your staff’s PD
Do you experience difficulties communicating with your partners or teams when you do business across cultures? Do you struggle to identify why?
Cultural effectiveness is a critical but often-overlooked factor impacting business outcomes.
InterMondo’s new workshop will help you to become more culturally effective by developing your and your staff’s global dexterity,
for better business outcomes.
Thoughts from InterMondo
The latest from our blog & Twitter…
You’re doing it for the exposure.
There’s plenty of advice out there on how to avoid getting cornered by a client who offers you business exposure instead of payment. All excellent, but none really addresses the context. Only you know your own backstory, and it can take a while to uncover that of your duplicitous counterpart. I’m sharing a recent experience and suggestions for when the inevitable happens.
Australia’s imperfect but successful democracy delivers historic Modern Slavery Act
On Friday Australia’s federal Parliament delivered landmark modern slavery legislation, which requires big businesses to act on slavery in their operations and supply chains.
Why small business needs to be at the table on modern slavery
China’s role in a changing world
#Apple has just removed a popular #Quran app & a #Bible app from its China Apple store.
Imagine the public outcry if Apple did this in Australia or other countries. Islam, Catholicism, Protestantism, Taoism & Buddhism are formally recognised in China.
A @Mailchimp client, I've learnt it was bought by @Intuit. MC: Like Mailchimp, understanding small businesses is embedded in Intuit’s DNA'. Please. Intuit spent years fighting US tax reform to make tax filing affordable for low wage people. It's predatory. https://t.co/vAXnOyILfx
It has been a pleasure working side by side with Anna Ridgway on cross-cultural assignments.
She is a complete professional in every way providing invaluable support to our clients in translating cultural knowledge for different business settings globally.
The breadth and depth of insight into cultural values, codes and behaviours and how these play out in different business settings globally is vital to our clients. Anna has been able to quickly gain our clients’ trust and confidence to address these cultural challenges in an empathetic and non–judgmental way.
Her creative approach and lively communication style enable her to frame cultural issues in a way that business people respond to and to bring an important skills addition to businesses that seek to expand or become more effective in global markets.
Anna is passionate about culture and helping people and businesses adapt successfully to different cultural settings. I cannot recommend her highly enough.
Director, Corporate Language Communications