An insurance cover for job loss does grab attention in current times. Layoffs have become part of companies' cost cutting exercise in the economic slowdown.
The retail banking sectors in ASEAN nations and their effect on the structure of the economies on the banking sectors are going nascent and are expanding rapidly. A clear trend visible across ASEAN economies is the growth of total lending to households, led by retail banks. The trend increased 13-fold between 2001 and 2014, while Singapore’s levels went up almost fivefold over the same period.
The Trust Deficit: Views from the Boardroom identified the significant Trust Deficit with which every business has to grapple. It found that every business starts with such a deficit and that the burden of proof lies with each company to prove that it is worthy of the public’s faith.
Governments and organizations are announcing plans to shrink their carbon footprints. The cleantech-enabled transformation to a low-carbon, resource-efficient economy may be the next industrial revolution. As this transformation accelerates, global corporations are increasingly realizing that they must understand the impact of cleantech on their industries and develop strategic plans to adapt to this change.
Ethnographic stories map customer experience in evocative detail, including aspects of experience that elude the behavioural screens provided by sales data or the inevitable, memory-based biases in survey results. In effect, ethnography illuminates the evolving and kaleidoscopic nature of consumer culture.
The green economy is defined as an economy that results in reducing environmental risks and ecological scarcities, and that aims for sustainable development without degrading the environment. The global green economy [environmental goods and services market] is estimated to be worth US$6 trillion per annum.
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