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When You Don’t Need to Promote Your Business

Posted by Ştefan Alexandrescu on 20/06/2009

This article is a follow-up on Yesterday at Business Edu.

And then there was the third day and then everybody could go home and rest happily ever the weekend (especially Bruno).

I passed by some other stands today. I Had a nice discussion with Anca from Trenwalker Sobis. I found out that not in all countries there are all the services beside personal leasing that Trenwalker has internationally developed. Still, on the main page there aren’t specified information on all modules of training. So if you really want their trainings list, you’ll have to ask them.

Similarly, from Road Language Centre , Mihai Vulpescu told me that all the information on the brochure they didn’t put on their website. Why? Is there a secret?

How to make a woman read your blog (not an universal recipe)

This is Roxana Feregan I wrote about yesterday – she has a great way of maintaining rapport.

Roxana Feregan (Consulteam) at Business Edu 2009

Roxana Feregan (Consulteam) at Business Edu 2009

I just told her I wrote something on my blog about her. She didn’t have time to read it until then. After taking this photo, she ran to check it out. e

I talked then to Radu Ionescu (RDI) and found out why the mediation conference stand was empty. Actually, the conference is a training where they expect a lot of people from three categories: certified mediators, attorneys (partnership with AvocatNet) and managers. I guess the “presence” here was intended to be for the managers. Really, smart communicating – you just need two channels (which he already has) and then it comes the third… I wish him the best, I really hope for this conference to turn out well, it sounds pretty interesting – there will be three role plays for case study.

It was a pleasure talking again with Petra Muller-Demary.

Petra Muller Demary at Business Edu 2009

Petra Muller Demary at Business Edu 2009

She told me about the Journey of Life program she will participate in as a trainer in September. It’s a very flexible training mainly addressed to personal development (but also for professional development) with a combination of techniques which I’m convinced will have a great impact on the life of the participants.

Here we have the initiative of Babylon Consult I wrote about yesterday…

Babylon Consult at Business Edu 2009

Babylon Consult at Business Edu 2009

They don’t have anything on their website about events organizing…

I talked to Valentina Smaranda from TUV Austria Romania and I found out they also have personal development trainings now.

TUV Austria Romania at Business Edu 2009

TUV Austria Romania at Business Edu 2009

I really hope they will update their new section on the website…

Open Bell had some nice prints. They organize English Courses, now also for children. They also have trainings for HR, they mentioned on their website, but haven’t found that out

MMG International had a strong presence: the general manager, the french manager and a trainer. They have all in general and nothing in particular. They didn’t come to promote or to sell, they came to inform.On their website it says that they are specialised in improving the performance of the small enterprises since 4 years ago. On the stand, they said they’re on the market since 6 years ago. Maybe if they’ll stop confusing portofolio with references they’ll start promoting in the next 2 years.

And in the end, of course, everybody went to Bruno‘s presentation which took place in “The Learning Area”. Bruno wrote, in this article published on Business-Edu.ro “has there anytime been any learning without doing?”.

Bruno Medicina at Business-Edu 2009

Bruno Medicina at Business-Edu 2009

In the sound of everybody packing to leave, we didn’t have much space to do be doing much in The Learning Area (not even to take a decent photography, as you may have observed above…), but people were happy to listen to Bruno again. Luckily, there were places to sit on the stairs in the back, because there weren’t enough chairs…

I conclude with this…

Two guys talk about teaching. One says:

– I taught my dog how to play chess yesterday…

– And? What does he know?

– I said I taught him, I disn’t say he learned…

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