Liozu, Stephan
March 2012
Smart Business Pittsburgh;Mar2012, Vol. 18 Issue 11, p6
The article presents the author's view on how businesses can prepare for the next cycle of globalization. He states that the evolution and reinvention of the globalization phenomenon has become more efficient and creates new possibilies. Moreover, he cites indicators to create opportunities for regional businesses which include keeping an eye for incremental diversification, studying the emerging market phenomenon, and creating an open culture.


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