We live in a world of global trading and the internet is rapidly expanding, where international money transfers are becoming more common than they were back then. Enterprises can now easily hire people worldwide, trade goods and services online, and establish partnerships quickly with people living in different time zones.
In every region of the world, economic growth has failed to return to the rate it averaged before the Great Recession. What are the priorities for reinvigorating and rebalancing the global economy? Speakers: -Huang Yiping, Professor, National School of Development, Peking University, People’s Republic of China. -Nouriel Roubini, Professor of
Now employing more than 1.2 million people, and recently overtook India as the world’s leading BPO destination, it is undeniable that the business process outsourcing (BPO) industry in the Philippines is gaining a good momentum in its growth. Aside from Metro Manila, which is the top BPO destinations in the
The year is 2010. The Philippines surpassed India and took the crown as top country to outsource. Fast forward to five years and the industry amassed a total gross revenue amounting to US$ 22 billion. It directly employed 1.2 million Filipino workers. Additionally, the industry has generated some 2.5 million