Knowledge alone is not enough – you need to know how to apply it!

Simon Scholl is your personal Kulturtaucher. As an intercultural trainer, orientation guide, coach and consultant, he will introduce you to India, accompany you there and actively assist you during your stay.

Numerous visits to India and extensive field studies on the country have provided Simon Scholl with deep and encompassing insights into Indian culture and taught him how to adapt to various situations. His skills and experience will undoubtedly make him one of your most valuable partners in India.

Early in his university education, he dealt with business challenges faced by international companies, as well as the mechanisms of intercultural business communication.

Professional success as an event manger in China, as well as a tourist guide in Ethiopia strengthened his motivation to become an India-expert and develop a unique concept based on both practice and experience – to support international projects and their expatriates when adapting to and growing into India’s unique environment.

The most comprehensive task to date was met on behalf of Bombardier Transportation in the unique Delhi Metro Project where Kulturtaucher ensured the project's success in various fields.

Short Curriculum Vitae

2010 und 2011
Cross-cultural workshops at several sites of SIEMENS in GERMANY

Business year 2009
On-site support and HR representative for Bombardier Transportation in the Delhi Metro Project

Spring 2008
2-month business trip to all major Indian cities in order to expand the local Kulturtaucher network

Since 2007
Active work as an intercultural coach for India

Acquisition of the university certificate “Intercultural Trainer / Coach” with main focus on India and China at the Friedrich-Schiller University, Jena in cooperation with

Tourist guide at Rotel Tours for expedition trips through Ethiopia

Freelance project manager in Shanghai for the Chinese office of the Munich-based event agency Avantgarde GmbH

2001 until 2005
Master’s Degree in Business Administration with a major in Human Resource Management at the Munich University of Applied Sciences

Travel destinations until 2010 (besides Europe)
Argentina, Australia, Bangladesh, Chile, China and Hong Kong, Ethiopia, India, Nepal, Oman, Sri Lanka, Tanzania, Thailand, Turkey, Uruguay, UAE