Anne is responsible for overseeing The Economist Corporate Network in Hong Kong.
On June 29th, 2021, The Economist Corporate Network held the first event of a series of meetings that aim to examine how senior leaders can safeguard their businesses by identifying supply chain risks and how they can turn those risks into competitive advantages.
On 15 July we held a CxO lunch to discuss the current status and outlook of the ‘Belt and Road’ Initiative (BRI), and the actions that can be taken to increase its quality and sustainability.
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Pre-pandemic, the rapid pace of change and concomitant job losses were already proving to be significant challenges to employers and employees. But Covid-19 massively accelerated many companies’ investments in their digital capabilities, which are only likely to exacerbate these trends.
Last December, when we looked ahead to 2021, we suggested it would be a year of uncertainty. As disruptive as the shock of a global pandemic was, we knew that the recovery process would not be easy, either. As we now hit the mid-year point we do see a light at the end of the tunnel, but while it looks like daylight to some, it may seem like an oncoming train to others.
On June 30 we held our midyear ASEAN Economic Update for our Singapore and Malaysia members. If you were able to attend, I wanted to send you a summary to remind you of the key points we discussed, and if you weren’t, then I wanted you to at least have some highlights.
YPO has formed a content contributor relationship with The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU), the research and analysis division of The Economist Group.