Mutually beneficial relations with today's economic powers
Photo - Shanghai. From soybean stockpiles to skyscrapers in a decade. (© Photo by C Kennedy)
Emerging markets are looking to match their newfound economic power with a say in the direction of the global economy. With the G-20 emerging as the central decision making body, reaching global geopolitical consensus seems even more elusive. Kennedy addresses this challenge in speeches on Global Leadership in a Multipolar World.
As businesses engage new emerging economies, they find it critical to get to understand their customs, concerns and priorities. The preferences, power players and rules of the game vary widely in this diverse group of countries. Therefore, each must be understood uniquely. Kennedy addresses this challenge in Navigating International Markets.
With a long history of engagement with over 40 countries, Mark Kennedy provides important insights into the optimum approach to either international geopolitical engagement of business development, with a special focus on seven vital geographies:
Mark Kennedy tailors his speeches programs specifically for each country. He teaches annually within each of the following regions:
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