Part of the excitement of working internationally is that at times, you have a chance to become heard by decision-makers and—perhaps—create a small wave in the ocean of international politics that pushes things in the right direction. You may remember my participation at the EU’s first Single Market Forum held in Krakow, Poland, in October 2011, […]
Just back from the European Commission’s 2011 Single Market Forum in Krakow, Poland, where I received my award for being one of the five winners of the Commission’s Tell Us Your Story writing competition, here is a summary of what happened at the conference and of its results. First of all, I was surprised at […]
Not long ago, I wrote about the workings—or, rather, the non-workings—of the Single Market under Cross-border e-invoicing doesn’t work—or how Mr Linkama Goes to Krakow. The short films shot for EU’s Single Market Forum, an approximately 1,000-delegate conference to be held in Krakow, Poland, in October 2011 are now published on YouTube.
When you complain about invoicing and payment difficulties in the euro area, you may end up at an EU forum on the workings of the Single Market. Some time ago, I ran into a message on LinkedIn that invited people to write about their experiences regarding the EU single market. The brief said the stories […]
It suddenly dawned on me that this year I’ve been working freelance for 15 years. I still remember how it started. So brace yourself for a very personal freelancer survival story:
Hill & Knowlton Finland and the research company MPS today published the results of their survey How employers and employees meet on social media, conducted in October-November this year. Main findings: The opinion of 20 percent of employees was that they can criticize their employees in social media, but 73 percent are careful how they […]
Social media for marketing swamped the US, and marketers there are now recovering from the effects while at the same time busy crafting best practices and viable policies. What is the situation in Europe?