The fast pace of change is driving the technology industry and China is one of the major players. Let me share some surprising insights ahead of our technology conference in Shanghai.
I feel incredibly fortunate to be part of an industry that literally saves lives and improves the quality of life for people. No other industry can make the same claim as life sciences and healthcare. And logistics is the cardiovascular system that keeps the life sciences sector healthy and growing.
There’s no doubt about it: When we hear the words “dynamic” and “growth,” we tend to think of Asia. And we might forget that the United States is still the world’s largest economy.
Better climate protection means departing from established ways to make room for new ideas. Individual companies can – and do – make a big contribution. But when business and policymakers work together, we can find innovative and lasting solutions much more quickly.
What does it mean to act responsibly as a company? For me, a company acts responsibly when responsibility is a part of the business policy and manifests itself in every division.
The environment in which we live is becoming more and more complex, global and interconnected. This transformation, in fact, is accelerating and will continue to bring dramatic change to our world in the coming years.
High tech is now highly accessible. Cell phones, tablets, PCs, smartphones – they’re everywhere. In 2013, the number of mobile phone accounts in use around the world is expected to match the number of people on the planet! Demand in so-called “emerging markets” is outstripping that in mature economies and driving rapid growth. The shift is accompanied by dynamic high-tech trends, which together have profound implications for the entire technology sector.