Asia is home to more than half of the world’s population and accounts for a growing share of the world’s consumption, global flows of trade, capital, talent, and innovation, and is on track to top 50 percent of global GDP by 2040. The region is a global innovation hub and remains a key market for the private sector with a broad range of investment opportunities, particularly in key sectors such as information and communications technology (ICT), agriculture, education, health and life sciences, and defense and security. BCIU offers members and stakeholders a myriad of opportunities, access and insights through tailored sectoral-specific engagements with a range of stakeholders across Asia, and aims to provide strategic support that expands our partner’s reach.
BCIU sat down with executives at Intel to discuss the state of supply chain resiliency, the company’s environmental priorities, and what lies ahead from a policy perspective.
On Tuesday, September 26, BCIU hosted a business meeting during the U.S.-Pacific Island Forum Leader’s Summit which brought together senior Biden-Harris Administration officials, heads of state, senior private sector executives, and other stakeholders.
According to Chandra, building an organization based on purpose starts with leadership developing an understanding of what kind of company it wants the business to be, and determining its overall purpose.