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Can big companies survive localisation?

October 26, 2020
The trend towards 'localisation' leaves few easy options for large companies. Their huge advantage from global supply chains and businesses, built up during the last few decades of globalisation, may unwind unless they adapt to local- or multi-local business models. The urgency to adapt has been turbocharged by covid-19. [more]

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As our personal, business, social, and economic lives begin to change, this edition of Konzept examines 20 different ways in which the world will be different post covid-19. From working from home, to managing seismic industry change, and eventually paying for the astonishing stimulus measures, many difficult questions must be answered. And given the global health and economic backdrop remains highly uncertain, the way we frame the problems is just as important as the way we address them. [more]
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