A View of the UK from China
Welcome to the third in our popular series of podcasts, where we will be regularly talking ‘all things supply chain’ with industry experts and leaders, including our very own faculty members.
Hosted by Supply Chain Academy (SCA) Director, Alex Mortimer, we continue the series by welcoming back Tazeeb Rajwani – Professor of International Business and Strategy, University of Essex, Simone Robinson, Head of Regional Relationships – East of England, Institute of Directors and by introducing Peter Manning, Managing Director – Essex International.
Podcast #3 – A view on the UK from China.
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Alex and guests discuss the following during the podcast:
A View on the UK from China
- What does China business think of the UK economy
- What is Chinese business doing that’s innovative
- Does Chinese business still think highly of the British brand?
- Where does Innovation and productivity sit?
- What can British business do to be more effective?
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