Wednesday 5th September, 2012
10:30am to 11:00am
Over the past six years, a new measure shows that 22 economies in East Asia and the Pacific have made their regulatory environment more business-friendly. However, chasing ‘New China’s’ can be a dangerous game of playing catch up to low cost centres without real consideration of what will complement the business goals. Delve into the main questions you should be asking when deciding upon your shoring strategy:
•Identifying the main drivers in your shoring strategy – beyond cost and talent to systems, customers and overall business strategy
•Go long! How long term should your view be when deciding upon locations?
•Understanding your service requirements and how this feeds into your shoring strategy
•Will hub and spoke models (transactional offshore; high value onshore) work for you?
•New attractive locations which may surprise you
•Adopting shared services offshore as a platform for international growth
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