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LONG-TERM EFFECTS OF THE PANDEMIC

LONG-TERM EFFECTS OF THE PANDEMIC Report based on findings from World Banks. Lasting investment losses. History suggests that the adverse effects on investment of the pandemic will linger. After epidemics in the past, losses to investment have been deeper and longer lasting than GDP losses, perhaps because of lasting effects

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SASHAYING HER WAY INTO THE WORLD – DATO EMMA IBRAHIM, THE SOLE OF RED PROFILE SDN BHD

SASHAYING HER WAY INTO THE WORLD – DATO EMMA IBRAHIM, THE SOLE OF RED PROFILE SDN BHD Marilyn Monroe once quoted, “Give a girl the right shoes, and she can conquer the world.” And that is precisely what this Sarawak born woman is doing. Dato’ Normah Ibrahim, or more popularly

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POST-PANDEMIC MARKETING STRATEGIES THAT CAN BE ADOPTED WITH LONG-TERM BENEFITS

POST-PANDEMIC MARKETING STRATEGIES THAT CAN BE ADOPTED WITH LONG-TERM BENEFITS As the world struggles to recover from the ill-effects of Covid-19 pandemic, it is important to take into account how the digital marketing realm is going to shift and how to retain the already existing consumers. We are going to

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WHAT TO EXPECT IN 2021

WHAT TO EXPECT IN 2021 As the world bids farewell to a horrendous year and bringing fresh hope into 2021, here are some things we should expect stepping into the new year. Covid-19 vaccines are distributed en masse: As the world is preparing to receive worldwide vaccines from pharma-giants Pfizer

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Bank of 2030: The Future of Bank Transformation

Bank of 2030: The Future of Bank Transformation According to research by Forrester, by 2030, banks will be: Invisible. Leading banks will use technology and far deeper customer insight to insert financial services at the customer’s moment of need, often at the expense of brand visibility. Distribution models are evolving

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All the good in an awful year

All the good in an awful year Written by IKON Editorial While many regarded 2020 as a crappy year, which it is, yet 2020 forced us to comprehend changes that would have previously not crossed our mind to adapt to switches that it brought forth. As we welcome the new

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