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Le 2010-10-16 13:05, jonathon a écrit :
On 10/15/2010 12:32 PM, James Walker wrote:

be to put the US and Canada in a group. and then try to put Mexico in a
group with other Cental American countries where spanish is the language that they speak.

I think that there should be at least one person who is part of the US
group, and also part of the Mexico group. This is to simply
co-ordination of materials/events, and other things, that both marketing
groups would be using/need. (The Mexican team may want to be present at
events in Southern California, Arizona, New Mexico, Texas, and, possibly
Florida. There are a couple of Mexican states, where the US marketing
team might want to attend events.)

There are a couple of other countries where the cross-border situation
is such, that they might want to have representatives on each other's
marketing team. (Southern Africa for one: South Africa, Swaziland,
Lesotho, Botswana. Maybe also Namibia&  Mozambique.  When Zimbabwe
finishes imploding, it can be added.)


Hi Jonathon

Thanks for the input. The marketing discussion list has been created for US with Canada as a partner until we can organise enough to stand on our own.

Florian has made arrangements for this:
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