by Petr Klement | Aug 8, 2018
Power distance reflects extent to which members of a society accept an unequal distribution of power as a de facto element of life. Wealth disparities, political agency or lack thereof, and social hierarchies are all facets of how power might be distributed and exercised in a given country.
by Petr Klement | Jul 25, 2018
Hofstede’s dimension of uncertainty avoidance refers to a society’s general tolerance of ambiguity or the unknown. This is reflected in the extent to which a given culture will utilize rules, societal norms and standardized procedures to reduce uncertainty with regard to future events, decisions or occurrences.
by Polona Golob | Jan 13, 2017
Many articles have been written about the psychology behind Call to Action (CTA) buttons. Current research included everything from color analysis to the style of language comparisons of CTA buttons. However, fewer content is devoted to a direct language comparison across different nations and cultures.
by Artur Kornienko | Dec 8, 2016
With valuation at around $25 billion, Airbnb is one of the biggest private companies (still start-ups?) in the world. With presence in 191 countries, it sure did some spectacular international marketing maneuvers. The question is, which exactly? This is what we are about to find out today.