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It’s been two weeks since the Experior project presentation of Branding and Communication at Ca’Foscari, an experience that involved 12 groups of students coming from all over Veneto, Italy and the world, the two professors Vescovi and Hu, and tutor Rizzo, as well as two companies that needed our help.

Around The World (that’s the name of our group) is a remind of our different nationalities, in particular Italy, Russia, Germany, France and Korea. Probably we would’ve never met without this opportunity Ca’Foscari University gave us. Too different cultures and languages to get together someone may say, but each one of us tried their best to handle the ‘quietly silent’ English of Sara, the ‘bossy’ Virginia, the ‘almost never’ present Eleonora (that helped from distance, though), the ‘picky’ Giulia, the ‘I’ve got a call’ Sophie and the ‘peaceful’ Katja.

We are all glad we have worked together, learning the meaning of being in a group, and see with our own eyes the problems a real firm faces. In our case, we had the opportunity to work for Thea, the CEO of Active Languages, a really nice and kind woman with a lot to give to the world. We would like to thank Ms. Gardellin for her patience and the touching speech she gave us at the end of the event. We hope she will get the best out of all the six groups and remember all our efforts when her business will be one of the most important in the sector!

We never imagined that the Experior project would be such a big event, and we kind of regret we didn’t do more than just a poster and a short report. We were newbie and this is what the tutor told us to do, but next time we will come more prepared, competitive and determined… watch out!

Good luck for the exam of tomorrow to all the brave ones!

Around The World

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Our Experior Project – Team InnoVE

In a few meaningful keywords, we would like to express what the Experior Project experience has been for us:

  • challenge

Which are the main company problems? Which are the ones that matter most? How can we solve them thinking out of the box?

  • team building

Working together, collaborating and sharing ideas to find solutions.

  • active learning

Putting into practice the notions we went over in class.

  • self-awareness

Confronting a real case has improved our capabilities and adjusted our attitudes by pushing us not only into developing new skills, but also into facing our weakness and exploiting our strengths. Moreover, we could learn how things are actually done in the “real world” – or at least we think and hope so.

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In conclusion, we would like to thank Ca’ Foscari University, our professors and Fish and Friends for the support and the collaboration.

InnoVE

Alida Carli, Riccardo Daidone, Camilla Maggio, Anna Peron, Giulia Pretto, Elena Rizzo

The last post (?)

This is it, it’s over. Sad CommuniAction team here. Super happy for what we have been through these months, we had great fun and we have learnt so much. Thank you all for making this experience memorable and unique. It all ended very well, and we were enthusiast to put in practice all the theory we have been analysing in class, until that step that will never be taught by books: the human contact, and the knowledge that, although not having changed the world, we all have certainly made someone’s day much brighter.

Still moved by the words left by miss Thea, CEO of that Active Languages we have been working for, we certainly don’t want to end this with tears and melancholy, so have this 1-minute sum up video of the Experior Day. Enjoy!

CommuniAction team