It’s always exciting to be mentioned in popular media and among colleagues! The best reference, as they say, is by word of mouth. And, people are reading, watching and listening to media which featured Authentic Journeys in 2014 and 2015.
The slide to the right is an excerpt from the 2014-2015 Authentic Journeys’ chronicle or project portfolio. This post highlights the articles, video and podcast from this slide.
If you show behavior flaws, it’s all for nothing is an article by P. Kishore on what Authentic Journeys does. While it is not a proper press release, it does highlight what Authentic Journeys helps Indian business people with in a conversational style. The original article is in Malayalam. The English translation is in the comments section of the blog.
Cannot Drive Cars is an article in a series of articles by P. Kishore on expats who relocated to Kochi and Kerala to work. Jennifer Kumar, the Managing Director of Authentic Journeys was featured in this article. While the original article was published in Malayalam, the English translation is also available at the link above.
Jennifer Kumar Featured in The Deccan Chronicle
Malayali by Choice by Sujit Chandra Kumar highlights the stories of three Westerners who have relocated to Kerala for the long-term. Jennifer Kumar is also one of the expats featured in this article.
Jennifer Kumar a Guest on All Ears English Podcast
Hosted by Lindsay McMahon, All Ears English is an English as a Second Language (ESL) podcast that highlights many different topics of interest to American English learners on language and cultural topics. In this podcast, Lindsay talks with Jennifer on essential differences on professional small talk between India and the U.S. Listen to the podcast below.
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