The Canary Islands, international business hub part II
- English at intermediate level.
- Please do the first part of the course before staring this one
This is the second part of the course Canary Islands, international business hub. The main objective is to give information about strategies and recommendations about doing business in North and West Africa. The course contains information about business opportunities in Africa, globalization and its effects and innovation. Also, it provides information about North and West Africa and institutions based there.
- Business women and men, students, teachers and investors.
- 0.0.2.Definition of North and West Africa
- 0.0.3.:West Africa and Spanish foreign policy
- 0.0.4.: ECOWAS
- 0.0.5. Business Opportunities in North and West Africa
- Case study: Business Opportunites in Africa
- 1.1.4.: Presence of supranatural insitutions in Africa
- 1.1.5. Learning from practice
- 1.1.6.: Case study about business and market opportunities
- Case study about business and market opportunities.
- 2.2.1.: Doing business in Africa from the Canary Islands
- 2.2.2. Study of competing countries
- 2.2.5: Case study about doing business in Africa from the Canary Islands
- Case study: Doing business in Africa from the Canary Islands
- 5.0. Conclusions
- Bonus lecture: Summary about parts 1 and 2
Current job position: Bachelor and Master Head of studies at MBA Busines School
Education: PhD in Teacher Education, Master in Secondary Education and Educational Processes, BA in English Philology, Certificate of English teaching to adults by the University of Cambridge, Certificate of Business English teaching by the London Chamber of Commerce, Course for executives by Georgetown University.
Professional experience and previous positions: Vice director of Import- Export Company, co-author of the book Business Communication Skills, two European Union projects and one for the Ministry of Education on the teaching of foreign language subjects and the creation of a methodology book. Teacher trainer for the MacMillan publishing house, coordinator of the British Council IELTS examinations for the Canary Islands and professor of business English in companies.
Worked in various International markets in developing and establishing new operations right from the start and seeing it through so as to stand alone on its own.
Deep knowledge in distribution channels used in different part of the world as well as different ways of selling and marketing keeping in mind their sensibilities,expertise,cultural and social ways of doing business.
Have extensively travelled in regions covered with good command on the language used for these markets.
Have always been excited in taking up new challenges and exploring the new opportunities available to excel.
Specialties: International business which includes Sales,marketing,Financial expertise to run these operations.
Education: IE Business School, Master in Business Administration, Master in Business Administration Queen´s University of Belfast, Career in Business Administration University of central Lancashire, Iterative Innovation Process MITx.
Position: Director and founder of Dealup and Partners, Director and Co-founder of Wings 247 aviation, Co-founder of Coduxe; Committee member Zenith Dahkla Kiteresort
Professional Experience: Serial entrepreneur across different industries and sectors focus on technology and digital transformation. Sales & Marketing director and Strategy Consultant in 500 fortunes across different industries like insurance, aviation, fmcg, and tech.
Lawyer, commercial mediator and personal and executive coach. Degree in Law from the University of La Laguna. Postgraduate in Shipping Law from the University of London (UCL). International Mediator accredited by CEDR of London. Master in NLP (Neuro-Linguistic Programming). Lecturer for various Masters, International Business and Maritime Transport, Tourism and Territory. Instructor of the Advanced Negotiation course (University Extension course, ULPGC). Representative of several companies in international business transactions. Director of Human Resources at the Artiles López group (SPAR supermarkets / Novahigiene). Vice-president of APROMECA (Professional Association of Mediators of the Canary Islands). Instructor at MBA Business School, Las Palmas.