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“Moving Tomorrow - A Cultural Journey” was developed by Berlin campus Professor and Renault Chair of Intercultural Management Scientific Director Marion Festing with PhD candidate Tobias Schumacher, and is one of the finalists of the world’s first competition for Business Learning Games which will be held in Lisbon (Portugal) on the 19th of September, as part of The International Conference on Business Learning Games.

The Games Showcase is scheduled to start on the morning of the 19th, with awards presented at the Awards Ceremony Dinner in the evening. Judges will be spending time playing games and asking questions to ensure that they have a robust evaluation of the finalists, and the Showcase is also open to people attending the conference.

As a reminder, you can read and watch (below) a presentation of the game.
"Moving Tomorrow - A Cultural Journey" is so successful at teaching intercultural skills, it has been expanded to new programmes and further developed with the help of Renault since it was submitted to the conference’s organizers.
In addition, ESCP Europe is currently working on a licensed version of the game in order to offer it to a wider audience.