Tribe Global 2013: No Guts, No Guggenheim.
With the bold catchphrase “No Guts, No Guggenheim”, our network of offices around the world met last month in the beautiful city of Bilbao in the north of Spain.
More than 25 offices in five continents participated in our second Tribe Global annual meeting, after our successful encounter in 2012 in Mexico City.
The event was coordinated by Emma Carthwaite and our Managing Director Ian Wright -, head of the agency Family located in Edinburgh- and had several distinct ingredients: magnificent speeches that offer their unique point of view on the state of global communications today; High-level speakers shared their vision of the status of the global markets and the direction of the future in communications; cozy social events allowed members of the network to exchange experiences, a visit to the City and the famous Guggenheim Museum, the building one of the most important works completed since 1980 changed the scenery for Bilbao and, last but not least, we had the chance to enjoy the world-renowned Basque cuisine.
At our annual meeting we welcome to our network, the new offices in Australia, Italy, Romania and Brazil. Amazing experience.
On the other hand, during the last days of summer, I participated as speaker of an event organized by the Public Relations Association of Los Cabos, thanks to the kind invitation of our friend Renato Mendonca, General Manager at the Sheraton Hacienda del Mar, we shared the microphone with our friends Patricia Fahie and Rose Capasso from CIIC our associate office in New York.
September also brought me to Tijuana – thanks to an invitation from our friend Juan Martin Pacheco, General Director of Tourism Products for the Federal Tourism Board, as speaker at the National Congress of Tourism.
Months of intense activity, no time for sleep have marked the summer for Gaudelli MCW.
By the way, I’d like to share with you the interview that my dear journalist friend Marco Daniel Guzmán made me: http://www.reportelobby.com/2013/10/las-10-maximas-del-marketing-turistico.html
As always for any comments, my email is: firstname.lastname@example.org
Until next time