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Oliver spent a 30 year career building a one-man business into a small multinational, with 13 offices across 9 countries, before selling up in 2014. To achieve that meant a lot of international business travel – really a lot, as from 2000 to 2015 he was away from home for an average of 200 nights a year, flying an average of 250,000 miles a year. He’s still traveling almost as much. So, as a true air warrior, he knows a lot about business travel. He’s now turned author, and put some of his crazier experiences into a new book, “There’s No Business Like International Business”.
- Who Oliver Dowson is
- His experiences with business travels
- Traveling versus Zoom: Which is better to use?
- The balance between building trust in the time spent with a person and being with that person
- The two different approaches for leveraging business travels
- How he assesses whom he wants to do business with in a long term
- Importance of traveling for a business
- Connect with Raul Hernandez Ochoa
- Connect with Oliver Dowson
- There’s No Business Like International Business