As the European Union continues to be a global leader on standards and regulations, companies continue to navigate the European markets as the region plays an important role in the global economy. The future of Europe is an ongoing evolution highlighted by Brexit and competing views among member states. Europe provides companies with a strong and prosperous consumer base which is open for innovation and growth. BCIU offers members and partners access and insights to support this through decade’s long relationships with governments, the private sector, and other stakeholders across Europe. Be it training, strategic advisement, or helping launch an entirely new platform, BCIU can help turn opportunities in the European market into growth and impact.
BCIU is on the ground in Dubai at COP 28, delivering climate programming with our members across a range of sectors.
Over the past twenty years, digital technologies have brought deep transformation to our industries and economies. They have contributed to U.S. economic growth and competitiveness. More recently, digital tools and technologies have enabled resilience amidst the disruptive impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, allowing people to connect, communicate, work, shop and learn virtually. Digital transformation is likely to only accelerate, as policymakers look for ways to strengthen economic resilience and boost economic recovery in a post-pandemic world.
According to Porat, having a sense of purpose is a factor in team performance. “Culture is substantially more important to driving strong peak performance than any rules or regulations because it governs what we do every day,” she says.
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