A whole month of 2018 is being swept by the current of time to join the numerous those that have already been washed into the sea called, “The Past”. And while CIB sincerely hopes that it will be a very happy New Year for all, we do not bury our head in the sand at the sight of dark clouds of uncertainty, volatility and disruption that has been looming on the horizon for a few years now. Rather, we strive to encourage those in business to consider best practices in sustainability though it exists in a turbulent global economy. This is the central theme of the upcoming CIB International Conference at Panchgani from February 5 to 8, 2018; for which a peek at another of its Speakers is provided within these pages.
Keeping encouragement as the objective, CIB has also undertaken to prepare Volume 2 of its collection of best global business practices which will contain real-life stories of business persons from Malaysia, Kenya and India. This is to be released on the Inaugural day of the Conference. Charles Fernandes, Editor of CIB’s publications, made quick trips to Nairobi and KL to capture the stories of two very interesting people. He briefs us on his visits in this Newsletter.
Folker Mittag from Germany and Luis Gomes from Goa had spent close to two weeks in Western India to meet with leaders from business and students from business schools to encourage them on the path that says: “It is possible to be competitive while still remaining competitive”.
For full magazine, continue reading >>> CIB on Wings – January 2018