The Conference Board’s programs and activities in India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka are designed to help senior decision makers in both Multi-national and local companies navigate the complex, dynamic economic and business climate in their respective countries and internationally. Programs include high level peer exchanges within our Councils, dialogue with in-house experts through live webcasts, economic research and business analysis. In support of our members in South Asia and around the world, The Conference Board brings its global perspective and expertise in such areas as economic and business cycle analysis, innovation, corporate governance, sustainability, human resources, and organizational capability to the unique South Asian business environment.
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Senior investor relations officers of large-capitalization companies in both Europe and the United States share best practices in a confidential and member-driven forum. Members value the intimate and candid conversations that develop in the meetings.
Global Human Resources Council
Allows senior most global HR executives to discuss current challenges and trends regarding the strategic and structural management of their firm's multinational human resources. Members value the confidential dialogue, expert speakers and benchmarking.
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Senior executives responsible for shaping global ethics and compliance programs discuss current issues and challenges facing corporations globally. Members value the confidential dialogue, expert speakers and benchmarking opportunities.
Using WIOD data, we are able to identify the extent to which the economies of China and the United States are mutually reliant in terms of total national output – in trade-related terms.(China Center Publications, April 2017)
Emerging markets see improvement in sentiment, but strong headwinds are likely to cap the upside in growth.(Economics Watch Reports, April 2017)
The economic targets for 2017 announced in March include a lower GDP growth rate and more job creation compared to 2016, suggesting that the government is willing to accept lower growth in exchange for risk containment, so long as employment is maintained.(China Center Publications, April 2017)
How Will Work Change as We Digitalize the Workplace?
03 May, 2017 03:00 PM CET [15:00] (Brussels), 09:00 AM ET [09:00] (New York), 01:00 PM UTC [13:00]
Join us as Bonnie Cheuk, global head of digital, Euroclear, illustrates why digital transformation is not about automation, but rather about how we achieve business objectives with a new model, enabled by the new technologies available. HRCI, SHRM, and CPE credit available
The Conference Board Economics Watch®
10 May, 2017 11:00 AM ET [11:00] (New York), 03:00 PM UTC [15:00]
Our experts will discuss the latest global and US economic updates. Join us as we provide key insights to make more key informed decisions on key business issues as well as help identify long-term consumer trends and opportunities. CPE credit available.