Europe : Mobility for all - Jon Duchinsky, British company director in France - OnisepTV : l’information pour l’orientation en vidéo

Europe : Mobility for all - Jon Duchinsky, British company director in France

Jon is a businessman involved in fund raising for NGO in Paris (France). Mobile, he often works in and travels to several European cities. He is familiar with the various procedures involved in working with the United Kingdom. His credo: companies need people to be open to other cultures and other ways of seeing the world.

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