Cross-Cultural Communication Training, Consulting and Language Translation

Amid today’s heightened global tensions, success increasingly belongs to people who can work effectively across cultures and languages.

Our international group of associates can guide you with knowledge, skills and proven strategies to help you meet the challenges of managing people in an age of interdependence.

About Us

  • Who we are

    Cross-Culture Communications is led by Edward Retta who has brought his straightforward, no-nonsense style to companies including Daimler-Chrysler, PricewaterhouseCoopers, NBC/Telemundo and Nokia, helping them understand and work with people from around the globe. About our team »

  • What we can do for you

    First, our cross-cultural training helps you understand how cultural background affects the way people think, work, and make decisions. Then we help you focus on direct applications to teamwork, management, leadership, problem-solving, sales and marketing, and customer care. Read more »

  • How to contact us

    Simply call: 214-827-8632
    or email:
    Let us work together to accelerate your cross-cultural and international business growth.

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“I invite you to join the scores of companies who have experienced remarkable results with our cross-cultural training programs and consulting services.

We stand ready to answer any questions you may have and we look forward to helping your organization strengthen its cross-cultural communications.”

–Edward Retta