French-English Bilingual Facilitation

French-English Bilingual Facilitation

If you deliver a project or plan for a bid in French-speaking country or client, you may not always have an in-house bilingual project management capability at your disposal. 

With Critical P3M, you don't need to undergo the wait times and expenses of developing this. We can smooth your transition to international project implementation by drawing on our understanding of a different language, range of cultures and business relationships. 
With an eye to the future, the most successful organisations are those that plan for, embrace and work within international contexts. Servicing and working alongside dominant industry players in another language is understandably complicated and awkward for organisations unused to such projects. 

Inital fostering of understanding and mutual trust despite potential differences that go beyond language, affecting working practice and culture is essential to the cooperation that drives long-term success in international projects. Critical P3M can facilitate this transition, thoughtfully articulating respective areas of strength to each group and navigating multinational and multilingual work's nuances for organisations looking to reach overseas. 

Our bilingual services also mean we can significantly reduce your workload by facilitating meetings, editing and translating documents, developing your networks abroad and bridging the gaps between anglophone and francophone teams. 
Countries using French in business:
  1. Algeria
  2. Belgium
  3. Benin
  4. Burkina Faso
  5. Burundi
  6. Cameroon
  7. Canada
  8. Central African Republic
  9. Chad
  10. Comoros
  11. Côte d'Ivoire
  12. Democratic Republic of the Congo
  13. Djibouti
  14. Equatorial Guinea
  15. France
  16. French Guiana
  17. French Polynesia
  18. Gabon
  19. Guadeloupe
  20. Guinea
  21. Haiti
  22. Luxembourg
  23. Madagascar
  24. Mali
  25. Martinique
  26. Mauritius
  27. Monaco
  28. Morocco
  29. New Caledonia
  30. Niger
  31. Republic of the Congo
  32. Réunion
  33. Rwanda
  34. Senegal
  35. Seychelles
  36. Switzerland
  37. Togo
  38. Tunisia
  39. Vanuatu

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