Story of a Near-Bankruptcy
The importance of not thinking that things will solve themselves
Johannes, senior manager of one of the world's largest wineries, a customer and friend of RUBICA, recalls how the economic crisis of 2008 almost completely broke him.
Johannes Bornemisza | Senior Manager - Customer Marketing Latin America & Caribbean | E & J Gallo Winery
#Related to Resistance
In the middle of #Covid19 and #Global Quarantine, we decided to invite clients, partners and team to remember difficult situations they have had to go through and how they managed to overcome them, leaving them with great lessons...
Changes are challenges that open doors to new opportunities!
Let's look at these times as the opportunity to open new doors and take away only good learning. We will soon get through these difficult days.
Super inspiring. I don't want to imagine what I would do in that situation and in another country. Thank you for sharing your story. 🙂
I love initiative! To be able to see that we all have problems and we can overcome them! Excellent.
Important lessons that a man leaves us from humility. As humans we have feared the unknown and Johannes encourages us to take advantage of those opportunities!
Very cool story, sometimes we drown in a glass of water, but as he said "you can always negotiate"
The best thing about a crisis is knowing that the learning you are leaving behind is forever. Thank you for inviting us to take action in the midst of this difficult time.
You can ALWAYS negotiate.
Thank you for that message!