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Irina Marica
Senior News & Features Writer

Irina holds a BA in Journalism. Her hobbies include reading, dancing, photography and she is passionate about music (especially Icelandic music), writing and Japanese literature. In the past, she has worked as an editor for an indoor-circuit TV station and also collaborated with several newspapers. You can send her press releases or feedback on her articles by e-mailing [email protected]

23 July 2019

People with disabilities encounter countless barriers when it comes to doing various activities that others enjoy. And...

20 February 2011

In a meeting of people of different nationalities, parties will notice the different practices first. But in a problematic meeting like the one in the following example, the different perceptions of self and pre-conceptions of others become important, and will lead the parties to interpret the same practice differently. Let us know what you think about the situation below, which involves French and Romanian professionals sitting together at the merger table.

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Irina Chirileasa
Media & Marketing Account Executive

Irina graduated from Romano – Americana University in Bucharest with a Marketing degree. A free spirit and open minded, fashion design enthusiast, classical and electronic music lover, she always looks for persons and things that inspire her. She is currently working as Media Projects Coordinator for Romania-Insider.com, mainly in charge of advertising campaigns management, media partnerships, client communication and other media projects. Get in touch with her by emailing [email protected]

09 February 2011

 

(Order modifying and completing the Order 53/25/2011 and Order approving the format and the content of various...

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Irina Chirileasa
Media & Marketing Account Executive

Irina graduated from Romano – Americana University in Bucharest with a Marketing degree. A free spirit and open minded, fashion design enthusiast, classical and electronic music lover, she always looks for persons and things that inspire her. She is currently working as Media Projects Coordinator for Romania-Insider.com, mainly in charge of advertising campaigns management, media partnerships, client communication and other media projects. Get in touch with her by emailing [email protected]

07 February 2011

(Order of President of National Agency of Fiscal Administration no. 73 / 2011, published in the Official Gazette no. 89 ...

02 February 2011

The leadership style is yet another area where cultural intelligence is required and where local cultures play an important role. The sort of leadership valued in the Netherlands is, for example, a weakness in Romania, where authoritative leadership is seen as a strength. On the same note, the qualities of a good leader in the US would not necessarily work in Central and Eastern Europe. We'd love to hear your stories and experiences when it comes to intercultural leadership in the CEE region.

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Irina Chirileasa
Media & Marketing Account Executive

Irina graduated from Romano – Americana University in Bucharest with a Marketing degree. A free spirit and open minded, fashion design enthusiast, classical and electronic music lover, she always looks for persons and things that inspire her. She is currently working as Media Projects Coordinator for Romania-Insider.com, mainly in charge of advertising campaigns management, media partnerships, client communication and other media projects. Get in touch with her by emailing [email protected]

30 January 2011

 

(Emergency Ordinance no. 117 / 2010, published in the Official Gazette no. 891 / 30 December 2010)

The Emergency...

26 January 2011

Romania has often been labeled as one of history’s greatest survivors. A past of invasions and occupations, Romania has recently undergone dynamic social and economic changes and joined the EU in 2007. While the country attempts to leave behind its communist past, present day attitudes and traditions still reflect this part of its turbulent history. Modest attitudes and behaviors coupled with Orthodox Christian beliefs reflect their simple-minded and down-to-earth mentality that has been shaped by years of hardship.

19 January 2011

In the previous article we discussed the challenges that the leader of the team of engineers– a Colombian woman- had to go through. The mixture of cultures made this unique experience a bit spicy – five British and four Indian specialists were not mixing well, in fact the results of the projects showed that there was no team established at all. Now let's see how would things look like if the leader of the team were a Romanian woman. Feel free to add you insights on the situation by e-mailing [email protected]

13 January 2011

Different nationalities working together, different cultures mixing in the working place could lead to a tough combination, especially for the leader of the team. We have received the following story from one of our readers. It involves British, Indian and Colombian colleagues. What do you think would have happened if any of these people in the story were replaced with Romanians?

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Irina Chirileasa
Media & Marketing Account Executive

Irina graduated from Romano – Americana University in Bucharest with a Marketing degree. A free spirit and open minded, fashion design enthusiast, classical and electronic music lover, she always looks for persons and things that inspire her. She is currently working as Media Projects Coordinator for Romania-Insider.com, mainly in charge of advertising campaigns management, media partnerships, client communication and other media projects. Get in touch with her by emailing [email protected]

12 January 2011

 

Profits tax computation and declaration for the 2010 tax year

In respect of the profits tax computation, declaration...

20 February 2011

In a meeting of people of different nationalities, parties will notice the different practices first. But in a problematic meeting like the one in the following example, the different perceptions of self and pre-conceptions of others become important, and will lead the parties to interpret the same practice differently. Let us know what you think about the situation below, which involves French and Romanian professionals sitting together at the merger table.

Profile picture for user irina.chiri
Irina Chirileasa
Media & Marketing Account Executive

Irina graduated from Romano – Americana University in Bucharest with a Marketing degree. A free spirit and open minded, fashion design enthusiast, classical and electronic music lover, she always looks for persons and things that inspire her. She is currently working as Media Projects Coordinator for Romania-Insider.com, mainly in charge of advertising campaigns management, media partnerships, client communication and other media projects. Get in touch with her by emailing [email protected]

09 February 2011

 

(Order modifying and completing the Order 53/25/2011 and Order approving the format and the content of various...

Profile picture for user irina.chiri
Irina Chirileasa
Media & Marketing Account Executive

Irina graduated from Romano – Americana University in Bucharest with a Marketing degree. A free spirit and open minded, fashion design enthusiast, classical and electronic music lover, she always looks for persons and things that inspire her. She is currently working as Media Projects Coordinator for Romania-Insider.com, mainly in charge of advertising campaigns management, media partnerships, client communication and other media projects. Get in touch with her by emailing [email protected]

07 February 2011

(Order of President of National Agency of Fiscal Administration no. 73 / 2011, published in the Official Gazette no. 89 ...

02 February 2011

The leadership style is yet another area where cultural intelligence is required and where local cultures play an important role. The sort of leadership valued in the Netherlands is, for example, a weakness in Romania, where authoritative leadership is seen as a strength. On the same note, the qualities of a good leader in the US would not necessarily work in Central and Eastern Europe. We'd love to hear your stories and experiences when it comes to intercultural leadership in the CEE region.

Profile picture for user irina.chiri
Irina Chirileasa
Media & Marketing Account Executive

Irina graduated from Romano – Americana University in Bucharest with a Marketing degree. A free spirit and open minded, fashion design enthusiast, classical and electronic music lover, she always looks for persons and things that inspire her. She is currently working as Media Projects Coordinator for Romania-Insider.com, mainly in charge of advertising campaigns management, media partnerships, client communication and other media projects. Get in touch with her by emailing [email protected]

30 January 2011

 

(Emergency Ordinance no. 117 / 2010, published in the Official Gazette no. 891 / 30 December 2010)

The Emergency...

26 January 2011

Romania has often been labeled as one of history’s greatest survivors. A past of invasions and occupations, Romania has recently undergone dynamic social and economic changes and joined the EU in 2007. While the country attempts to leave behind its communist past, present day attitudes and traditions still reflect this part of its turbulent history. Modest attitudes and behaviors coupled with Orthodox Christian beliefs reflect their simple-minded and down-to-earth mentality that has been shaped by years of hardship.

19 January 2011

In the previous article we discussed the challenges that the leader of the team of engineers– a Colombian woman- had to go through. The mixture of cultures made this unique experience a bit spicy – five British and four Indian specialists were not mixing well, in fact the results of the projects showed that there was no team established at all. Now let's see how would things look like if the leader of the team were a Romanian woman. Feel free to add you insights on the situation by e-mailing [email protected]

13 January 2011

Different nationalities working together, different cultures mixing in the working place could lead to a tough combination, especially for the leader of the team. We have received the following story from one of our readers. It involves British, Indian and Colombian colleagues. What do you think would have happened if any of these people in the story were replaced with Romanians?

Profile picture for user irina.chiri
Irina Chirileasa
Media & Marketing Account Executive

Irina graduated from Romano – Americana University in Bucharest with a Marketing degree. A free spirit and open minded, fashion design enthusiast, classical and electronic music lover, she always looks for persons and things that inspire her. She is currently working as Media Projects Coordinator for Romania-Insider.com, mainly in charge of advertising campaigns management, media partnerships, client communication and other media projects. Get in touch with her by emailing [email protected]

12 January 2011

 

Profits tax computation and declaration for the 2010 tax year

In respect of the profits tax computation, declaration...

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