Le Business: Cultural Conflicts

December 06, 2018

Joint Event

Thursday, December 6, 2018 from 7:00 PM To 9:00 PM

At the French Cultural Center Get Directions

In today's hyper-connected and globalized world, businesses are more integrated than ever before. The lines between company nationality are blurred, as are the pros and cons to globalization as the status quo.


For our third and final round table, we will discuss the challenges presented by globalization, especially in the context of French-American business. Specifically, what are the differences and similarities between our working cultures, corporate settings, and ability to thrive in each other's nations?


Dr. Jean-Luc Boulnois, CEO of Quadrature, Executive Chairman of Microline Surgical and Dr. Guy Vernet, CEO of The BioMérieux Foundation will join us to discuss this topic.


The panel discussion will be moderated by Jennifer Schunemann, President of JCS Consulting and Founder and Past President of The Goodwin Group International.

Students, Jeunes Ambassadeurs, VIEs: $5
Members: $10
General Admission: $20

Co-presented with the French Cultural Center

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About the Moderator


Jennifer Schünemann is a publisher, mentor, and proven, successful entrepreneur in the world of international medical publishing. At 32 she started her first company, and in 2014 sold The Goodwin Group International to the world’s 5th largest journals publisher, SAGE Publications Inc. At the time of sale, Ms. Schünemann’s hallmark publication, MD Conference Express, reached more than 1 million medical practitioners in more than 95 countries, in 16 languages. Upon joining SAGE, Ms. Schünemann was appointed to the Senior Management Group, tasked with leading the 1500+ employee organization with principal offices in Boston, Los Angeles, London, New Delhi, Singapore, and Washington, D.C. In 2016 she founded the New England chapter of Durga Tree International, a global charity that fights human trafficking, and in 2017, she was appointed to the Board of Directors of the Umbrella Community Arts Center.

Ms. Schünemann speaks four languages and has traveled to 52 countries. She holds a dual Bachelor of Arts Degree from the University of Pennsylvania, and has studied and lived abroad in Paris, France where she took courses at the Paris Institute of Political Studies (Sciences Po). She is a Chairman Circle member of the French Heritage Society, and a member of the American Friends of Lafayette.

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