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ClarkMorgan Insights consist of short interviews with Asia-Pacific business leaders who share their advice on working within the region. Company presidents, vice presidents, managing directors, general managers, founders, and authors delve into the methodologies that have allowed them to be successful within the region.
All interviews are filmed by ClarkMorgan, a training & development firm with offices in China and Australia.

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ClarkMorgan Insights consist of short interviews with Asia-Pacific business leaders who share their advice on working within the region. Company presidents, vice presidents, managing directors, general managers, founders, and authors delve into the methodologies that have allowed them to be successful within the region.
All interviews are filmed by ClarkMorgan, a training & development firm with offices in China and Australia.

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    Don't be Scared of Selling Luxury Online in China – Mirko Bordiga

    Don't be Scared of Selling Luxury Online in China – Mirko Bordiga

    THE ITALIAN CAR BRAND, MASERATI, is synonymous with luxury and success. Globally, the brand appeals to the over-50s market, but in China it is the wealthy late 20s to early 30s that are the target customer. This enormous age difference has resulted in a surprising marketing approach – online sales. In this ClarkMorgan Insights interview,… The post Don't be Scared of Selling Luxury Online in China – Mirko Bordiga appeared first on ClarkMorgan.

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    Follow Your Heart, Not Social Pressures – Sophia Xing

    Follow Your Heart, Not Social Pressures – Sophia Xing

    CHINA’S RELATIVELY RECENT OPENING UP in 1978, just under 40 years ago, has meant that traditional gender roles of both men and women have been slow to change. The expression, “Men rule outside, women rule inside” (男主外女主内) is not necessarily considered outdated or even sexist in China, but simply cultural baggage that weighs down on… The post Follow Your Heart, Not Social Pressures – Sophia Xing appeared first on ClarkMorgan.

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    Silence Doesn't Mean Everyone Agrees – Frank Rexach

    Silence Doesn't Mean Everyone Agrees – Frank Rexach

    LEADING ACROSS A GEOGRAPHICALLY DIVERSE region such as Asia-Pacific, the Middle East, and Africa, means a wide difference in personalities and communication styles amongst a leadership team and staff. The danger is that the loudest voices could get the most attention, but as Frank Rexach, Vice President and General Manager of Haworth says, it’s more… The post Silence Doesn't Mean Everyone Agrees – Frank Rexach appeared first on ClarkMorgan.

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    When There's a Breakdown, Blame the 'Foreigner' – James Telfer

    When There's a Breakdown, Blame the 'Foreigner' – James Telfer

    GLOBAL COMPANIES FACE A CHALLENGE. When it comes to peer-to-peer communication, there is often a breakdown. This is particularly true for US headquartered companies, which rely solely on the English language, requiring other nationalities to speak in their second language. But, says James Telfer of Verizon, this doesn’t mean that these non-native English speakers are… The post When There's a Breakdown, Blame the 'Foreigner' – James Telfer appeared first on ClarkMorgan.

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    In a Restricted Market, Know the Laws AND Objectives – Geoff de Freitas

    In a Restricted Market, Know the Laws AND Objectives – Geoff de Freitas

    DOING BUSINESS IN CHINA is challenging due to the volume of laws and regulations. In some industries, such as media, these laws and regulations are even more strict. However, Geoff de Freitas of Middle Kingdom Media warns that in restrictive industries, one needs to be careful of not only the laws but also the unpublished objectives… The post In a Restricted Market, Know the Laws AND Objectives – Geoff de Freitas appeared first on ClarkMorgan.

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    Luxury Brands Must be Online to be Relevant – Cyril Drouin

    Luxury Brands Must be Online to be Relevant – Cyril Drouin

    LUXURY BRANDS ONCE BALKED AT THE IDEA of selling or even promoting themselves online. Today, this is no longer the case – particularly in China – where online shopping is almost the exclusive domain of Chinese between the ages of 25 and 40. For traditional luxury brands this cultural phenomenon needs to be embraced if a brand… The post Luxury Brands Must be Online to be Relevant – Cyril Drouin appeared first on ClarkMorgan.

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Well done! What a great series of Insights from great thought leaders and inspiring people in the market. Keep them coming.

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