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Armando Liussi
Turning from pharmacies to restaurants
De la farmacia a la mesa

We want to be innovative … but we don’t want to be the first ones

Internationalization tip: innovation is also selling outside our markets

Sunday, September 6th, 2009

Selling involves finding new customers, to attract unknown new players, like a mind conquest over our commercial target, over their knowledge. A patently obvious concept, usually forgotten in these crisis and restructuring ages. Selling is not marketing, but it has anyway innovation elements. Going out to a new market, gives a huge differential to the […]

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Armando Liussi
3,2,1 .. Singularity

Singularity over the internationalization process

With or without a crisis, the internal market goes to establish new connections to international markets, beyond the structure.

Thursday, July 2nd, 2009

In order to highlight the most useful aspect of the meetings of the Barcelona HIT it should say that this was the practical application of innovation in management, breaking structures of thought, with emphasis on expanding innovation, as a proposed vision of the markets: it is true that we have a crisis, but still always […]

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Armando Liussi
miniMOVIL

Answers to the crisis (from the mobile phone)

Communications strategy following the internationalization of new media

Wednesday, June 10th, 2009

Often in management fields, whether as interim managers or not, we have massive reserves of information (fresh and last minute news) as top decision making tools, which virtually overwhelm us when they go out beyond the everyday sphere. That´s called over information. We usually absorb lot of detailed analysis, we also explore dozens of business […]

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