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Peter Munene shares a post on an article by Sam Sharp that explores trends to shape 2024.  “2024 will be an enormous year for elections and political news worldwide. Policymaking will play a part, but there is a risk it could be overshadowed by personalities and party dramas. This would be a shame, as there […]

In this article co-written by Peter Munene, Sahil S.R Shah, and Rajab Hamisi, learn from the past how to respond to the next global pandemic.  As economies in Africa were gradually exposed and had to begin dealing with the current COVID-19 crisis, there were several responses introduced to counter the primary threat of the virus. […]

Two years have passed since Indranil Ghosh wrote this article on the public’s lack of trust in the global system. Unfortunately, the erosion of trust has continued but Indranil offers four reasons so many people are disillusioned. As the world’s political and business elites ruminate on world affairs at the Swiss ski resort of Davos, […]

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Tanya Khotin explains the true cost of beef that comes from Brazil.  Deforestation is bad. Deforestation in Brazil is especially bad, which is bad because most deforestation is happening in Brazil.  And it’s happening primarily due to the industrial food and agriculture supply chains – beef, mainly, and soy embedded in all animal protein. Not […]

Hari Sripathi explores the reasons a company should consider expanding into a global market.  Companies, in particular, those headquartered in large domestic markets such as the US, China and India, often tend to wonder out loud why, if at all, it is necessary to grow globally? While it is definitely appealing to build a global […]

Jeffery Perry identifies strategic moves that will help a company maintain status as a global player during times of geopolitical risks. Expanding the global footprint of business has long been a key strategic focus, leading to overall success. Global drivers include access to new markets, lower labor costs, innovative talent, and diversified revenue streams, just […]

In this article, Hari Sripathi asks if growing globally is the right move for your business. Companies, in particular, those headquartered in large domestic markets such as the US, China and India, often tend to wonder out loud why, if at all, it is necessary to grow globally? While it is definitely appealing to build […]