From The Economist: The Rise of the East and what it means for business.
January 31, 2010 by Michael Horsch Fizz
The changing balance of global economic influence has changed the way corporations are looking at their 10 year plans. The Great Recession of the past couple of years will accelerate the shift in the centre of economic gravity towards Asia, but it seems not everyone is prepared for the shift.
Join us on February 11th, 2010 for a global webcast that will discuss the key findings of this research piece and underlying data:
· What is the consequence of a changing global balance of economic power?
· What factors have caused during the recession the accelerated shift of economic influence from West to East?
· What are the implications for decision makers over the next 10 years?
· What do companies need to know in setting their long-term global strategy?
· When China’s financial market opens up, how will companies find the best people and how will they retain them?
· With potentially 1 billion more Asian consumers by 2020. What are the business implications?
· Asia has been rising economically for many years, so what is new about this trend today?
Register now and you will receive:
· A personal code to attend the webcast featuring contributing editor, Bill Emmott, and two representatives from the corporate world:
Sir Martin Sorrell, CEO of WPP, and Jim O’Neill, Head of Global Economic Research of Goldman Sachs
· The White paper: “The big tilt: The rise of the East and what it means for business”
· An interactive Excel dashboard that compares countries across key economic forecasts
· Complete survey results from the report
For further information on how to register to attend, please contact:
Beatriz Garcia de Luna
Customer Service Executive
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