Emerging markets: India, China, Vietnam, Brazil, Bangladesh, Indonesia and more

INDIA: why is India poised for global business? It has:

Ownership of the world’s largest back office: 60% of the Fortune 1000 companies
Institutional stability to invest and collaborate.

Burgeoning global companies in the new economyA workforce that speaks English
Indian Population: 1.2 billion, of which 700 million are under the age of 35
Indian Workforce: 500 million.

In January 2009, 35% of the indian population had a mobile phone. Each month there are eight million new subscibers. For rural area's the mobile phone is essential to do business.

You want to know:
  • How business processes work in India’s fast growing economy
  • How India’s diversity affects your work relations
  • How decisions are made and problems are solved
  • How subordinate-superior relations work
  • How to delegate work
  • The Indian perception of teamwork
  • How to motivate your Indian client, boss or colleague
  • How to recognize and adapt to the various Indian communication styles

CHINA: fastest growing economy

China is one of the fastest growing economies in the world and is expected to be the largest economy by 2030, according to the World Bank.

In January 2009, 95% of the adult populations had a mobile phone. People are connecting to the world.

Cultural differences complicate and often frustrate effective communication, gaining trust, striking deals and maintaining relations. Insufficient preparation may result in unnecessary losses for your organization.

You want to know:
  • What is the Chinese management style?
  • What is the logic behind Chinese decision-making?
  • How to recognize and adapt to Chinese communication styles?
  • How to have smoother and sustainable relations with Chinese clients?
  • How to motivate Chinese employees and influence Chinese bosses?
  • How to detect early warnings and solve problems quickly?
  • What are the consumer psychologies?
  • What are the etiquette and taboos?