Asia

Odgers Berndtson: Future of “Factory Asia”

China has long been the location for companies to base their production due to the cost advantage. But rising costs in China’s manufacturing centers are pushing the “Factory Asia” further away from China into its Southeast neighbors. Odgers Berndtson finds that in some cases companies are ‘on-shoring’—moving production out of Asia altogether and back home.

 

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Korn Ferry: Asia’s Fever for Healthcare Talent

Korn Ferry finds that healthcare providers will find Asia a land of opportunity. To conduct the study, Korn Ferry interviewed senior executives at healthcare companies across Asia for insights into the opportunity and changes occurring.

 

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Russell Reynolds Associates: Demystifying the Market for Executive Talent in Asia

Asia has become one of the drivers of the world’s economic growth. Between now and 2030, Asia is expected to grow twice as fast as advanced economies. The domestic firms in the region are rising in competitiveness and increasingly a risk to western multinational companies. Russell Reynolds Associates teamed up with CEB to examine ways to find and retain leadership talent in Asia.

 

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Spencer Stuart: Harnessing Digital Forces in Asia

To understand how Asian companies are embracing and adapting to the digital transformation compared to the West, Spencer Stuart held a series of round table discussions with senior leaders across all industries.

 

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Odgers Berndtson: Are MNCs Taking The Most Intelligent Approach In Asia?

Odgers Berndtson reported economic trends point to a bright future for Multi-National Companies in Asia. Asia, as a region, represents 23% of global revenue and is home to half the world’s population. However, Odgers Berndtson finds that what is being predicted for global companies in Asia is not what is being delivered.

 

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How is executive search growing in China?

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Sheffield Haworth: Opportunity for US Multi-Family Offices to Tackle Asia

Private wealth rose globally in 2012 by approximately 135 trillion USD (7.8%) from the previous year. Asia (excluding Japan) had the largest increase of approximately 28 trillion USD (17%). Sheffield Haworth found that private wealth is projected to double by approximately 48.1 trillion USD by 2018.

 

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Stanton Chase: Asia Leads Expansion of Already Exploding Commercial Transport Demand

Stanton Chase finds the aerospace and defense industry is experiencing high demand, both on a commercial basis and opportunity in defense, security and space sectors.

 

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