Hi everyone, I think the present perfect (he has acquired…) is wrong here. Do you agree? Many thanks, Torsten
As founder of ClubCulture.com, where he first worked together with Frank, he has acquired management expertise as well as knowledge in the areas of community management and online marketing.[YSaerTTEW443543]
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I don’t think it’s necessarily incorrect. It depends on how you read it.
If the meaning is that he has acquired this expertise because he is the founder, then it can be considered correct.
If you ignore/omit, the subordinate clause ’ where …’ the present perfect is fine. If you’re not happy with the proximity of past simple and present perfect simple, you could change the order - start with: He has acquired …as founder of CC, where he first worked …