February 27, 2015
Kenan-Flagler Business School
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Multinational corporations have invested heavily in emerging markets on the promises of savings in production costs and the global demand of an emerging consumer class. Many corporations are now facing headwinds, such as slower growth, challenging infrastructures, cultural differences in consumer behavior, corporate government practices, financial aid, and political uncertainties. This conference explores these challenges and how companies overcome them to advance their global growth.
As part of an engaging Emerging Markets Conference, business and academic leaders share their insights into the opportunities and challenges of emerging markets.
Presented by the Global Business Center & the Emerging Market Student Club