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The Business Outlook for Asia in 2022

As we move from recovery to growth, leaders must now switch from reactive to proactive. Criticaleye Board Mentors share their predictions for how organisations in Asia can succeed in 2022. Anisha Tansley reports.

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Holly Carmichael, Head of Research and Market Development, Asia, Criticaleye: There is a lot of opportunity for businesses across APAC to accelerate their growth both at a local and global level.
Till Vestring, Non-executive Director, Keppel Corporation & Inchcape plc & Board Mentor, Criticaleye: Inflation is now feeding through the economic value chain, leading to wage increases which is something that we haven’t really seen much over the last two decades.

Jagdish Belwal, Former CIO, Tata Motors & Board Mentor, Criticaleye: While yes, the business environment is looking up and there is a backlog of demand, costs are being pushed up due to labour and supply chains.

Mui Hoon Poh, Board Member, Singapore Pools & Board Mentor, Criticaleye: Digital transformation, ESG and the war for talent will continue to be the defining trends over the next 12 months.
Richard Eu, Non-executive Chair, Eu Yan Sang International & Board Mentor, Criticaleye: We need to stay ahead of the curve, being innovative rather than just reactive.


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Anisha Tansley
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