PODCAST

The Bicultural Podcast

Janina Neumann

The Bicultural Podcast celebrates cross-cultural identity and gives insight into cultural differences to help you improve business relationships. The Bicultural Podcast is published biweekly and is hosted by Janina Neumann, a bilingual creative, social entrepreneur, and business owner of Janina Neumann Design. Read the podcast transcripts here: transcripts.thebiculturalpodcast.com Get in touch with Janina from The Bicultural Podcast: hello@janinaneumanndesign.co.uk

Tips for connecting with a colleague from a different cultureTips on how to improve your international presence onlineTips for branding across cultures3 tips for working across cultures"It makes me question things that probably would’ve been a norm to me” | Interview with Jo Bloxham"Nuances can get lost when you read a translated version of the same book" | Interview with Yi Hua Lai"It’s all about celebrating cultures and people’s heritage" | Interview with Atlyn Forde"Merge different disciplines to make social impact happen" | Interview with Servane Mouazan"It’s the intention behind the use of the language" | Interview with Nicole Hynek"Being aware of what that person thinks is respectful or not" | Interview with Leonardo Gil"My ability to feel at home wherever I choose" | Interview with Gamu Matarira"That flow of different cultures started going into Russia" | Interview with Natalia KarlinaThe Bicultural Podcast Meet Up | 15th July 2021"It’s looking at all these little cultural references" | Interview with Clémentine Terrell"Even every region has its unique characteristics and cultural differences" | Interview with Guy Kobani"We are all citizens of this globe, we are also very different" | Interview with Sari Vanska"It was always the community spirit that was the heart of everything" | Interview with Chris Roberts"The integration was perfect because we were both open to the other culture" | Interview with Chiara Sorrenti"It's kind of a falsehood to say that we are completely different" | Interview with Paul Wilson"It was always my dream to somehow bring languages into my job" | Interview with Kirsty Major