VANCL: China’s Clothing Giant Stumbles Back From the Brink
| Sep. 12 2016
China’s apparel market is now one of the fastest growing markets in the world. Euromonitor statistics show many foreign.
Build Your Career and Build Your Personal Brand
| Aug. 31 2016
In today’s busy workplaces people have bigger departments, more turnover, and operate in an environment of continuous change, which.
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Bolshie in Beijing: Soaring Labor Costs in a Slowing Economy
China’s labor costs are soaring even as the economy slows. How are companies responding? It was a tactic designed.
| Nov. 13 2013
Philanthropy For Community Impact
Brian Gallagher, CEO of United Way Worldwide, on more meaningful philanthropy, and measuring the impact of and enforcing accountabilty in.
| Nov. 12 2013
How Chinese Companies are Making it in America
How private Chinese companies are navigating mergers and acquisitions in the US. At times, the obstacles seemed insurmountable. The acquisition.
| Nov. 11 2013
Sportswear brand Li-Ning Struggles to Hold it Together
Can Chinese sportswear brand Li-Ning overcome its past mistakes? In the 2008 Beijing Olympics, legendary Chinese gymnast Li Ning.
| Nov. 4 2013
The Rich and The Rest 2: The High Cost of Low Wages
Rapidly rising incomes at the top of the scale mean that inequality has grown enormously in the past three.
| Oct. 31 2013
The Pro Bono Evangelist: an Interview with Aaron Hurst
Aaron Hurst is a man with a mission. Hurst, CEO of Imperative and author of The Purpose Economy, is.
| Oct. 30 2013
The James McGregor Interview: A Self-Examination for China
APCO Worldwide’s China Chairman James McGregor on China’s identity shifts James McGregor is Chairman of global communication consultancy.
| Oct. 29 2013
China’s App Stores: The Battle for Mobile Share
As app stores gain traction in China, companies vie to get a piece of the pie. When China’s independent.
| Oct. 16 2013
Unleashing the Purpose Economy: A Chat with Aaron Hurst
Even though the information industry is still in its prime, discussions about the next driver of the global economy.
| Oct. 15 2013
Mad Men 3.0: Advertising in the digital age in China
What will define China’s advertising in the digital age? The scene begins with a guttural male yell and the.
| Oct. 10 2013
The Thinker Interview with Philip Kotler, the Father of Marketing
An interview with Philip Kotler, the Father of Modern Marketing Philip Kotler, the S.C. Johnson & Son Distinguished Professor.
| Oct. 8 2013
Design Thinking Demystified: an Interview with Clark Kellogg
For the last few years, companies across the world have been obsessing over ‘design thinking’ to solve complex problems. Design.
| Sep. 26 2013