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    How Can IIBG Contribute to Business Communities?

    Nowadays both profit-making and non-profit making organisations are faced with ever-growing challenges from the trend of globalization. The call for stringent governance from various stakeholders, such as shareholders, regulators and consumers, demands organisations to embrace forward-looking perspective in corporate governance in order to minimise risks and grasp opportunities arising from globalisation. IIBG, with its three research centres — the Centre for International Business, the Centre for Responsible Business and the Centre for Entrepreneurship — focuses on research of the latest trends and business implications in the areas of international business and governance, and shares important findings with various members of business communities. By doing so, IIBG aims to facilitate organisations to develop appropriate business strategies so as to tap into the growing opportunities in international business, and to observe the increasing demand in business governance.
    Through participation in international conferences, seminars, workshops and public lectures organised by IIBG, the members of business communities can:
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    • Gain the latest knowledge and insights for international business development and global business strategies;
    • Understand and appreciate recent issues in foreign direct investment and their implications for business expansion in international markets;
    • Keep abreast of the theories and applications of big data in the context of global business opportunities and market development; and
    • Stay competitive in the ever-changing global economy.
    • Be aware of the importance of governance to an organisation for sustainable growth in the 21st century, particularly in the context of responsible investment;
    • Learn the latest knowledge and insights to address issues related to human resources management, organisational spirituality, and business ethics for both immediate and long-term solutions to meet and satisfy social concerns;
    • Understand how to lead an organisation to responsible business, thereby satisfying the growing demand for corporate social responsibilities; and
    • Develop the capability to identify defective organisational governance and thus create possible solutions to the identified problems.

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