This webinar is designed to examine the nature of changes of emerging markets and anticipate their likely directions in the years to come.
Tue, Jul 16, 2013 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM EDT
Emerging markets are changing rapidly. By the nature of them being ‘emerging’ they are in a constant state of flux, such that the investment opportunities they offer are relentlessly altering, often in unanticipated directions, making the past a poor guide of the future. This webinar is designed to examine the nature of these changes and anticipate their likely directions in the years to come.
Emerging markets have been my stock in trade for more than a decade. As a teacher, consultant and researcher, I have followed local and foreign companies in these countries, coached and consulted their managers, and advised the policy makers who shape the business environment. In this webinar I seek to draw on the insights I gained in these engagements to provide managers operating in emerging markets and those seeking to take their companies to these markets with a balanced view of the likely evolution of these markets.
We will start by identifying what it is that makes emerging markets potentially attractive, and will articulate the likely progression paths of these features in the years to come. We will examine how these features are likely to be transformed as these economies develop, and who are likely to be the major beneficiaries of the opportunities these markets offer, Western companies or their local competitors. This journey will provide you with tools to better spot future opportunities and position your company for success in emerging markets.
Lilac Nachum is a world-known expert on issues related to globalization and multinational companies. She has consulted with the United Nations, the World Bank, the European Union and the Turkish government. Prior to her current position as a professor of international business at City University New York, Nachum was a senior researcher at Cambridge University and a senior staff member at the United Nations. She has been teaching on Executive and MBA programs around the world. Her work has been featured in CNN Tech, Forbes, Business World India and others. Professor Nachum is a sought-after speaker on issues related to globalization and multinational companies. She is the author of a few dozen journal articles and monographs and two books.
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