Stephanie Ness left conservative Germany at age 18 to study with a merit scholarship in Spain with only very basic Spanish skills. Today she speaks 5 languages and has worked or studied in 8 countries and sold various goods ranging from luxury events and memberships to software development solutions and investment goods.
She holds a Bachelor in Management from Univ. London, London School of Economics and a Master in Information Technology from Harvard University and studied law.
Stephanie works as an IT consultant, offering advice on tackling the outsourcing of software projects and HR services for finding qualified programmers.
How do I find out whether a sales strategy employed in one country will work in another country as well? How does national culture affect success? How do I come up with numbers when starting a new product abroad? What resources can I use and what do I need to think of? Stephanie will show three examples from three countries that she worked in and explain how national culture affected the project’s success.