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GIC Alliance Ecosystem

To enhance our expertise and achieve ground-breaking outcomes, we form alliances with top businesses, organizations, institutions, governments, and individuals from around the world.

Enduring Results

We collaborate with aspirational leaders who want to shape the future rather than run from it. We accomplish amazing things as a team.

Global Affiliation

With partners that share our values, we have enduring relationships and affiliations, and our leaders are dedicated to achieving long-term success.

Working Principles

At GIC, we’re committed to the key operating principles of ownership, focus, and open dialogue. We practice complete ownership, where everyone goes the extra mile to own outcomes into success.

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What will international business look like after the pandemic?

After the pandemic, international business is likely to undergo various changes. Here are a few key factors that may shape the future of international business:

1. Increased focus on regional and domestic markets: The pandemic has highlighted the vulnerabilities of global supply chains and the importance of domestic production. Companies may emphasize regionalization and diversification of supply chains, thereby reducing reliance on a single country or region.

2. Accelerated digital transformation: The pandemic has accelerated the adoption of digital technologies and remote work practices. Companies will continue to leverage technology to enhance efficiency, enable remote collaboration, and adapt to changing customer preferences.

3. Heightened importance of resilience and risk management: The crisis has emphasized the need for businesses to be prepared for disruptions. Companies will likely prioritize risk assessment, scenario planning, and business continuity strategies to better handle future crises.

4. Shift in consumer behavior and preferences: The pandemic has altered consumer behavior, with increased focus on health, sustainability, and local products. Companies will need to adapt their products and services to meet changing consumer demands.

5. Evolving international regulations and trade policies: The pandemic has led to an increase in protectionist measures and a reevaluation of global trade relationships. Companies will need to navigate changing trade policies and regulations to ensure smooth international operations.

6. Emphasis on health and safety considerations: Health and safety will remain a top priority for international business. Companies will need to implement stringent health protocols, adapt to changing regulations, and ensure the safety of their employees and customers.

Overall, the post-pandemic international business landscape will be characterized by a greater focus on resilience, digitization, regionalization, and adapting to evolving consumer needs and preferences.

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