The good news is that all 103 passengers and crew survived the crash of an Aeromexico flight that came down shortly after take-off from Gaudalupe. That really should be all there is to say, were it not for the fact that passengers who escaped the aircraft took pictures of the crash and posted them online, […]
About John Kananghinis
John Kananghinis has close to 30 years experience in strategic communication planning and implementation both as a consultant and as a senior executive within highly successful multi-national companies.
John has been Managing Director of a leading Australasian communication consultancy and has almost two decades of senior corporate experience through his roles as General Manager of Marketing & Communications for BMW Australia and Sales & Marketing Director for Scania Australia.
His focus is on premium brand building and the development of business vision and communication strategies. He also has extensive experience in financial services, investor relations, luxury goods, heavy industry and manufacturing.
His extensive background in integrating all elements of sales, marketing and communication has seen him develop and implement significant national and international projects including numerous major sponsorships, product introductions and brand extension programmes.
John has also directed the creation of client internet sites, developed government and industry liaison strategies and managed corporate acquisitions and investments.
John studied law at Victoria University, Wellington and is also holds a Diploma in Business Communications from Massey University in New Zealand. He is also past President of the Advertising Institute of Australasia’s Victoria Branch.
Entries by John Kananghinis
In the last few weeks the Federal Government has faced community backlash to another of their ‘big-data’ plans. This time the brilliant idea to create My Health Record. A central repository for all the health data any health practitioner, and the government agency, may have collected on any individual. On the surface, the idea of […]
As the basket at the foot of the AMP guillotine begins to fill, for those of us who have had the privilege (or curse) to have been active in business for more than 3 decades, the unfolding events appear all too familiar. Hubris, and wilful blindness have never combined to end in a positive result. […]
If we listen to some of the futurists and tech pundits, very soon, we will all be sitting back in the driver’s seat and letting the autonomous car do all the work. In this brave new world, there will no road fatalities, traffic will flow smoothly and we will all arrive at our individual destinations […]
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- The brave new world – well, not just yetMarch 1, 2018 - 4:55 pm
- The Socratic Paradox – worth understandingFebruary 12, 2018 - 5:01 pm
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