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EICN Africa – The Expanding Leader

May 13th, 2024

Amidst economic uncertainties and market fluctuations, it’s crucial for business leaders to unite, share insights, and strategise for sustainable growth. We cordially invite you to the 2024 edition of “The Business Leaders’ Toolkit”, where we will explore the theme of “The Expanding Leader – Growing a Company in a Tough South African Economic Environment.”

  • Campaign
  • Africa
  • Middle East & Africa
  • Business, Industry

EICN MENA – Centres of Excellence

May 10th, 2024

Business hub locations such as Dubai and Hong Kong strive to provide an environment that is conducive to attracting investment and talent. Their governments work hard to provide attractive market opportunities, supportive legal and regulatory systems, technological readiness and a facilitative infrastructure.

  • Campaign
  • Middle East
  • Middle East & Africa
  • Business, Industry

EICN SG – In search of forever

May 8th, 2024

Living to 100 today is not unheard of, but is still rare. Life expectancies in developed and developing countries are increasing, with the UN stating that the number of centenarians would hit 573,000 in 2021. Japan has the highest rate of centenarians, with 0.06% of the population 100 or older.

  • Campaign
  • South-east Asia
  • Singapore
  • Business, Industry

EICN BJ – The Impossible Triangle

April 23rd, 2024

Over the past eighteen months, the predominant discourse on technological transformation seems to revolve around the development and evolution of generative artificial intelligence (AI). Almost periodically, we find ourselves deeply impressed by the latest advancements in this field, both intellectually and philosophically. A probable reality is that generative AI might imminently revolutionize operational models in industries worth trillions or even tens of trillions of dollars, spanning from retail to aerospace.

  • Campaign
  • China
  • Beijing
  • Business, Industry

EICN KL – Hot Spots: Indonesia

April 16th, 2024

Falling global commodity prices and economic slowdowns in several major economies weighed on Indonesia’s external sector in 2023. However, the outlook going into 2024 is supported by our expectation of an increase in government spending.

  • Campaign
  • South-east Asia
  • Kuala Lumpur
  • Business, Industry