Three months after the Brexit vote, although some people are still in shock and refuse to take the result, most people have cooled and sat down to think about the opportunities it will bring and what to do next. In the interview with CKGSB Knowledge, Mark Pinner, Managing Director and Partner at Interel China, who has also worked for the British Conservative Party, analyses the changes it is bringing to UK-China relations from political and economic angle. Although we’ve known the referendum result, there will be prolonged period of uncertainty: are we going to have a ‘soft Brexit’ or a hard one?
Slow growth in the Chinese economy will put pressure on local governments’ ability to repay their debts.
Infiniti, a relatively new entrant in China’s luxury automobile sector, is growing at a phenomenal pace. Daniel Kirchert, MD, Infiniti China, talks of the company’s China strategy, competition with the German car makers, and the need to become a ‘social topic’ in China.
NYU-Stern professor Kim Corfman on the importance of creativity in business and the role of culture in spurring or constraining creativity. Creativity is important for organizations. Period. It’s a simple correlation: higher creativity leads to greater innovation within the organization and thus, greater success over the long run. Having said that, creativity is also becoming […]
Philippe Legrain, economist and author of Aftershock and European Spring, on the global economic recovery and the risks that could further disrupt the world. In 2008, the financial crisis brought the global economy to its knees. Today, six years later, the world has still not fully recovered from the impact of the crisis. At the […]
In the year 2002, C.K. Prahalad and Stuart Hart published a groundbreaking article in Strategy+Business magazine that introduced to the world the idea of the Bottom of the Pyramid (BOP). The idea, which says that the poor present a vast untapped business opportunity, and if companies serve the poor, they can help eradicate poverty and […]