In January 2017, at Harvard’s campus, this platform made its first presentation and brought on board a group of successful entrepreneurs committed to make this happen worldwide.
Finally, there is a way for political parties and members to interact more adequately, learning from each other and by consequence, acting more efficiently to develop better communities.
In Santiago de Chile with the President Piñera. Very happy to know that he loves our APP Freedom and he will use it in his actual Presidential Campaign! Thanks President Piñera!
During the Conference for the Future of Central Right Parties in Avila, Spain.
During a Political Marketing Seminar in Peru for UPLA.
In Bosnia and Herzegovina, during a Tourism Seminar.
In Sarajevo, during one IDU Meeting, presenting the new web page for the organization… Digital Campaigns for a Digital World!
During a Political Seminar in Macedonia. Working close to young people… the new generations!
With Barry Jackson (White House former Chief of Staff, Bush Government), Demetrio Papadimitriu (Ex-Presidential Minister, Panama), and Paula Maria Bertol (Secretary of Parliamentary Relations and Administration of the Chief of Cabinet of Ministers, Argentina), during the Political Seminar of Jarl Hjalmarson Foundation.
In the Swedish Parliament with Tobias Billstrom, First Deputy Speaker.
At the UPLA General Assembly 2016, El Salvador, where I helped all these fighters reach democracy and freedom in Latin America.
Thank you, Julian Obligio, President of Fundacion Nuevas Generactiones, and Mariella Franz from Hanns Seidel Foundation,
for this invitation. Both organizations work together to educate leaders from the Centre Party and the Right Party.
Giving a speech to all of the women that participate in the political party, Cambiemos, after being invited to speak by
Paula Maria Bertol, Secretary of Parliamentary Relations and Administration of the Argentine Nation.
Sharing my views on how to make an effective political campaign to all the Heads of Marketing from different political parties in Washington, D.C.
Learning about Asia, its history, and understanding opportunities from the president of South Korea herself, Park Geun-Hye.
In the Government Place of South Korea, speaking to John Key, the Prime Minister of New Zealand, and with Carlos Berrizbetia, a member of the Venezuelan Congress.
During a visit to the Presidential Palace of Paraguay with President Horacio Carles and Governor Henrique Salas Feo.
Bosnia & Herzegovina,
With my good friend, President Mladen Ivanic of Bosnia & Herzegovina, exploring ways to promote tourism during a visit to Spain for the PP Executive Meeting.
With one of my brothers from YPO Harvard, Steve Calk, President Donald Trump’s Economic Advisor.
Discussing new possibilities of political campaigns during a TV interview with Dr. Armando Calderon, the President of El Salvador, in Miami, Florida.
Meeting Jesus Manuel Sanchez Cabrera, President of the Province of Avila, Spain. It was a great opportunity to share ideas on how to improve the connection between voters and regional leaders.
With recently selected President of the Community of Madrid, Cristina Cifuentes, during the launch of a new TV station in Spain.
Visiting President Horacio Cartes and Governor Henrique Salas Feo at the Presidential Palace of Paraguay.
Visiting “La Casa Rosada”, the executive mansion and office of the President of Argentina, during a visit with Paula Maria Bertol,
Secretary of Parliamentary Relations and Administration of the Argentine Nation.
With my good friend Christian Kattner, General Secretary of IDU, at RDLB Miami’s office. It was a great opportunity to understand what IDU’s goals for 2017 are and how we can help them.
At the UPLA Meeting, Bolivia, giving a conference on political marketing.
At the UPLA Meeting in Bolivia with Julian Obiglio, President of Fundacion Nuevas Generaciones, and Pablo Casado, Vice Secretary of Communication for the Popular Party.
During the Republican National Meeting with my good friend Tobias Billstrom, First Deputy Speaker of the Swedish Parliament.
During the Conference for the Future of Central Right Parties.
Learning more about Macedonia from Jerry Naumoff, the Minister of Foreign Investments, during a week of political seminars with friends from JHS…
In the company of my dear friend and fighter for freedom, Eva Gustavsson, Managing Director of the Jarl Hjalmarson Foundation of Sweden, enjoying a dinner party at the Presidential Palace of South Korea.
Parliament House, Stockholm
Leaving the Swedish Parliament after having a successful talk with Tobias Billstrom, First Deputy Speaker, about improving freedom and liberty in different countries.
Dictating a political marketing seminar in Lima, Peru with its Governors and Mayors.
The International Democrat Union (IDU) is a center-right international alliance of conservative, Christian democratic and liberal-conservative political parties. Headquartered in Oslo, Norway, the IDU comprises 54 full members, chaired by John Howard, former Prime Minister of Australia.
The IDU provides a forum in which political parties holding similar beliefs can come together and exchange views on matters of policy and organisational interest. From this, they act cooperatively, establish contacts, and present a unified voice toward the promotion of centre-right policies across the globe. The IDU has some overlap of member parties with the Centrist Democrat International (CDI), but the CDI is more centrist and communitarian than the IDU.
The group was founded in 1983 as the umbrella organization for the European Democrat Union (EDU), Caribbean Democrat Union (CDU), and the Pacific Democrat Union (PDU). Created at the instigation of the Konrad Adenauer Foundation and US Vice President George H. W. Bush, the organization was founded at a joint meeting of the EDU and PDU in London, the United Kingdom.
The IDU has several regional affiliates: the Democrat Union of Africa, the Union of Latin American Parties, the Asia Pacific Democrat Union, the Caribbean Democrat Union, and the European People’s Party, the Alliance of European Conservatives and Reformists and the (dormant since 2002) European Democrat Union in Europe. It also has an affiliated youth wing in the International Young Democrat Union and an affiliated women’s wing in the International Women’s Democrat Union.
Founded after the fall of the Berlin wall and the iron curtain, the Jarl Hjalmarson Foundation aims to promote co-operation and European development based on freedom, democracy and market economy. This is done through education and information on democracy and European integration directed to political parties and organizations.
In the first year since its founding, the Foundation focused on countries in the closest vicinity; Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and the St. Petersburg area. Since then, the Foundation has expanded its operations to other countries and regions. Today we are active in Azerbaijan, Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova, the Balkan region, Turkey, Africa and Latin America.
RDLB has been working for Jarl Hjalmarson Foundation as an international advisor for the last years.
UNIVERSITÀ CATTOLICA DEL SACRO CUORE
RDLB collaborated with The Universita Cattolica del Sacro Cuore in the book “International Communication”, a space projection of total business communication. Written for the International Masters Program in Corporate Communication.
Collaborator of the latest global edition of the new Interbrand Book: “LANMARQ: La Nueva Economia De Las Marcas Latinas”, acknowledged globally as one of its kind in branding discipline. RDLB wrote a chapter regarding top Venezuelan brands.