Please join us for ECN Seoul’s Regional Strategic Forecast which will feature a discussion of US and global foreign and trade policies and implications for Asian markets, as well as new frontiers for Asia’s tech sector. Our keynote speaker, Dr Simon Baptist, will present The EIU’s latest analysis of the global and Asian economies, along with monetary policies and inflation concerns. During the event, we will also examine the outlook and driving factors for the local economic and political environment, before our panel of business leaders share how they are finding opportunities amid these ongoing challenges.
Please join us for ECN China’s Regional Strategic Forecast which will feature a discussion of US and global foreign and trade policies and implications for Asian markets, as well as new frontiers for Asia’s tech sector. Our keynote
At the start of this year, there were high hopes that a global economic recovery was underway, with opportunities for Asian economies and businesses to reposition and rebuild firmer foundations for growth. While the global economy has been picking up steam, the emergence of dangerous new covid-19 variants and ensuing recurring waves of infections alongside vaccine bottlenecks suggest that the challenges of the pandemic are fa
What is the likely trajectory that the evolution of China’s data governance regime will take, and what are the implications for business? How will this impact the investments and operations of Chinese and foreign companies in China? And what are the actions that they can take to mitigate disruption?
What is the likely trajectory that the evolution of China’s data governance regime will take, and what are the implications for business?
Join us for our end of summer cocktail. This will be the perfect occasion to get to know and mingle with your fellow ECN members in Beijing and the Economist Intelligence team.
As the effects of climate change become more threatening, the mainstreaming of sustainability is a trend that continues to accelerate, with multiple stakeholders – customers, employees, and investors alike – demanding that companies make decisions that account for environmental impact. This event will explore how a business can grow following a green approach that addresses business and social needs, so that leaders can identify green growth opportunities among their products and processes.
Every country wants to have its own Silicon Valley, but simple replication does not work.
The last 18 months have been tough for Malaysia, and the next year looks uncertain as well. To reduce that uncertainty, it helps if leaders have a sense of political, economic, talent, and technology conditions that we can expect.