Going global in 2020

Going global 2020
Certain events of 2016 – Brexit, the US Election – arguably raised questions about the future of globlisation. So what does this mean for companies with a large, multinational footprint?

Remaining agile in the face of regulatory, economic, cultural and political change will be more vital ever than for large multinational companies.

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