India has become a preferred destination for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) looking to expand into the e-commerce, fintech and artificial intelligence consumer sectors. This webinar will provide an overview of the latest trends in India's booming retail and e-commerce markets. Representatives and experts will offer insights into the trends that are shaping India's retail sector along with information on the country's evolving e-tail sector and growing cross-border business. A 30-minute business advisory consultation will follow the webinar, where expert consultants will offer in-depth advice and information on the burgeoning Indian market.
When asking what comes next, it is always a good idea to look at what came before. This year’s Asian Financial Forum (AFF) began on Monday, 10 January under the theme “Navigating the Next Normal Towards a Sustainable Future” and began with a plenary session where business leaders from across the world laid out their vision.
The Asian Financial Forum (AFF) is Asia’s premier platform for global leaders in government, finance and business to exchange insights, intelligence and explore business and investment opportunities. A key part of the forum, the AFF Deal Flow Matchmaking Session connects sources of funds with sources of deals from around the world via one-to-one meetings.
As the COVID-19 pandemic is putting the logistics system across the world under unprecedented pressure, facilities such as airports and container terminals are uniquely challenged when it comes to adapting to new realities.
As financial technology (fintech) grows and matures, this creates fertile ground for cooperation between vibrant, tech-savvy economies such as Hong Kong and Korea.
As the COVID-19 pandemic drives change across the world, the financial industry has been far from immune. The steady march of digitalisation which had been reshaping the global financial world has turned into a sprint.
Like grape pickers rushing to gather their harvest before the first frost, engineers working on security systems worldwide are rushing to beat “Q-Day” — the day quantum computers can quickly crack current maths-based encryption protocols, a task which would take a classical computer centuries.
As with any biome, innovation ecosystems have crowded, intensively competitive spaces – “red oceans” – and wide-open spaces full of potential – “blue oceans” – where pioneers can potentially grow far and quickly.