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On these “Select” episodes of the show, we’ll extract our favourite moments from previous episodes of The International Business Podcast. You can find the links to the guests in the show notes. Enjoy.
- #89: Decoupling from China With Shaun Rein
- #46: Business mum With Christine Gouchault
- #49: Expat executives and brutal truths With Tom Roberts
Shaun Rein is the Founder and Managing Director of the China Market Research Group (CMR), the world's leading strategic market intelligence firm focused on China. He works with boards, billionaires, heads of states, CEOs and senior executives of Fortune 500 & leading Chinese companies, private equity firms, SMEs and long/ hedge funds to develop their China growth, political and investment strategies.
Rein authored the international best-sellers "The War for China's Wallet: Profiting from the New World Order," "The End of Cheap China" & "The End of Copycat China."
Christine Gouchault is a mother of four and a very successful entrepreneur, sales enablement expert and international author. Time management and work-life balance at its best. Christine has had companies in Denmark and France and helped businesses build and grow international sales teams. Currently she is CCO at NewBanking, a Danish regtech scale-up. NewBanking provides a user identity platform that allows end-users to verify their identity easily and securely across businesses while at the same having control and ownership of their own data and identity online
After over a decade abroad taking on 5 international assignments and guiding teams in 11 different countries, with country, unit, and regional P&L ownership, Tom Roberts has been through the ups and downs of leading abroad. The stakes are high for your career, your company’s objectives, and – perhaps most importantly – for your family. After 30 years of diverse business experience, Tom founded Cranberry Leadership with the goal of making every expat assignment a success for the company, for the expat leader, for the host team, and for their families. No matter how much you prepare, it’s more complex than you think.
Self-learning is of paramount importance in the business world, listen to your international peers and step up your game.