Dr. Shan Nair



Nov 24, 2020
COVID has forced many of us to adapt by Working from Home (WFH). In the process, we have been forced to get familiar and use online meeting tools such as Zoom, MS Teams and WebEx to a level of sophistication not previously achieved by many users.


Sep 3, 2020
The coronavirus pandemic has impacted virtually every corner of the world other than perhaps Antarctica and caused ripple effects that extend to international supply chains, plunging the world into a recession.


Jun 19, 2020
While China’s pre-eminent position as a manufacturer is unlikely to change in the near future, it is reasonable to expect a trend out of China to arise once the immediate COVID emergency passes.


May 6, 2020
Global operations and international trade will continue to be important to U.S. companies even as this recession unfolds, but organizations will need to be smarter about managing their international footprints and overhead costs.


Mar 23, 2020
Never in the history of our lifetime has the world faced an issue such as COVID-19.


Jan 30, 2020
The impact on U.S. business can be mixed to positive. Many U.S businesses will have much better opportunities now to start exports to China or increase exports to China. U.S businesses should look at this as an opportunity to expand the U.S operations.


Dec 9, 2019
Increasing globalization has pushed companies to expand into multiple countries and build businesses without borders.


Aug 29, 2019
Advances in technology enable companies to move swiftly into international markets, expanding their opportunities and brands on a global basis.

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