Corporate Investments in Emerging Markets

Some of America’s largest corporations are seeking great opportunities in opening up new locations in other new emerging markets. Additionally, some companies want to invest heavily in the marketplaces that have recently become available due to a change in political situations. Corporate executives travel the world extensively with the hope of making business and political connections in specific regions such as Asia. John Ferraro E&Y is an example of an American executive that builds relationships with Asian countries. Continue reading

Some Qualities of Successful CEOs

The CEO (Chief Executive Officer) of a company or organization must possess certain qualities in order to be successful. For one, the person must be forward-thinking. In order for a company to grow, it needs a CEO who understands that a company needs to adjust with the changing times. A company that does things exactly how it has always done them is not going to grow and improve. Of course, successful practices can be improved upon. An effective CEO sees the changes that need to be made and figures out how to make them in order to move the company forward. Here are some other qualities that many successful CEOs possess. Continue reading

Owning your market: Tackling competition and taking turnover to the next level

With the economic downturn affecting almost every sector all around the world, it has become ever more important to have a strong standing in your given industry. Standing out from the crowd of your competitors will mean you are the first port of call for customers of your brand, rather than playing catch up. Brands such as Amazon and Facebook have continued to be major forces throughout the world despite the economic climate that we have been faced with since 2008. Their control of digital markets and promotion of the brand have been key drivers of this and if you can get a hold of your digital market then you could be well on your way to being an industry leader in no time. Continue reading

Matching candidates to a business

Every office is made up of a wide array of people of different ages, genders, backgrounds and all sorts of other variations. Diversity is widely welcomed these days, of course, but every successful firm with a clear idea of what it is about will need its whole workforce to buy into the ethos and culture that drives the enterprise onwards. Getting the right people for a particular firm may seem like a hit-and-miss process, with the application and interview system being far from foolproof in ensuring the right sort of people with the correct mindset and commitment are taken on. Continue reading

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