Posts by Julian Leuthold

Malaysia’s Election Stunner One Month Later : Young People Are Happy, Progressives Are Happy, What About Business?

Malaysia concluded an election on May 9, 2018 with surprising results. Nearly all analysis pointed to a win for the powerful but controversial Najib Razak, but instead veteran Malaysian political leader Mahathir Mohamed won decisively. We ask longtime former General Electric ASEAN CEO Stuart Dean and esteemed Malaysian trade expert and former senior official Rebecca…

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Recap: The Global Trade Situation with Ambassador Carla Hills

Trade issues today are perhaps hotter and more controversial than they have been in a generation. The Trump Administration has claimed that the U.S. is being treated unfairly in foreign markets and has either put in place or proposed a handful of contentious policies that could have a lasting impact on global business activities and…

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GetGlobal’s second year explored the range of issues that growth-minded companies and executives are facing in the world today

GetGlobal 2017 Watch the recap video here:   In their own words GetGlobal featured numerous executives, experts, and practitioners telling their story about how they’ve expanded and triumphed internationally. Noel Lee, CEO of Monster, Inc — Shared with us his philosophy about what it takes to build a company that resonates, even if you are…

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Reaching and Resonating with the Global Affluent – New Insights & Research w. Joanna Young, Team One

The global affluent have enormous investment power, spending power, and rising political power. But what is less discussed is who these people are in their identities, what they care about, and what resonates with them as consumers. One of the world’s leading advertising agencies focused on luxury and premium brands, Team One, has conducted an…

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Canada, Canadians, and the World w. Darrell Bricker, CEO of Ipsos Public Affairs

In this fast-moving conversation, Darrell Bricker discusses how Canadians feel about their economy, the political environment, trade, China, and even the tone of the Canadian media’s coverage of Prime Minister Trudeau’s controversial visit to India. With NAFTA under negotiation, but also because Canada buys more goods than any country, this discussion gives good insight into…

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A Primer on Light International Expansion, w. Vistra

Companies are expanding faster and farther than ever before. How? Why? Is it because they’re so good? Or because they have had help from a new breed of service provider? The last 10-15 years has seen an explosion in the kinds of services that can assist companies to easily overcome what have traditionally been risky…

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Reaching Billions of Eyes: How Sony Resonates Worldwide w. Andy Kaplan

In this session captured live from GetGlobal in Los Angeles, Andy Kaplan, president of Sony Pictures Television Networks, will be interviewed by Ken Silverman, head of North America at Sannam S4. Here Andy Kaplan addresses Sony’s global television strategies and impact, as well as where the international television field could be headed over the next…

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Insights from the Frontlines of Globalization w. Noel Massie, UPS

Globalization has accelerated the free movement of goods, services, capital, information, and people at breathtaking speed since the fall of the Soviet Union and the simultaneous rise of information technologies in the ‘90s. And in many ways that acceleration hasn’t slowed down, only changed. UPS sees the world’s trends and shifts in many cases before…

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