Originally posted http://www.columbusceo.com/content/blogs/ceolive/2015/11/guest-blog-columbus-business-professionals-make-connections-in-sister-city-genoa-italy.html. I have always had the desire to travel abroad, but I’ve never been interested in sitting on a beach, soaking up the sun. My ideal trip for my first time abroad included opportunities for professional development as well as cultural exchanges. This trip finally came into motion when I came across the Greater[…]
The Dresden Summer Language Program study abroad is now in full swing with students currently blogging about their experience.
Tim Sword and students from his Sustainable Business Global Lab at OSU Fisher College of Business went to Odense and Copenhagen in March. The students were received at the Odense Town Hall by Henrik Poulsen and explored sustainable business practices in both cities. Check out some great photos from their trip!
After the trip to Genoa, President of Greater Columbus Sister Cities, Tim Sword, led a smaller group to our Sister City in Seville.
A successful outcome stemming from the GCSCI Mission to Brazil led by Commissioner Brown was a partnering of GCSCI with Greater Columbus Arts Council to sponsor Columbus artist Alison Crocetta‘s participation in the performance art program of the Bienal Internacional de Curitiba from August 15-23. This year’s Bienal, focusing on the art of light, will be held from August to December 2015 and will[…]
Greater Columbus Sister Cities International holds athlete exchanges each year with our sister cities that also host a marathon or half marathon. This year, we are excited to continue our exchange program with Hefei, China, Curitiba, Brazil and for the fifth year, Dresden, Germany! Three local athletes stand a chance of representing Columbus at the[…]