Iconoclast series

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I am excited to announce that I relaunching the series of the international iconoclasts. Every week, I will post 2 iconoclast cartoons that deal with a variety of societal and economic trends in a fun and thought-provoking way.

Drawings  by award-winning artist David Clark (Washington Post “ Barney and Clyde”) text by professor Michael Czinkota, czinkotm@georgetown.edu

Find the 1st iconoclast of the series below!

No Bull: The State of the global economy Pt I How serious is it?

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The global economy is in dire straits. That’s an understatement. Most of the COVID shutdown implications cannot even be grasped yet. We see some of it, but by far not all of it. There’s a lot of talk about the kind of recovery — V shape, U shape, L shape that can take place. The reality is that we live in a new world, with a new landscape and new parameters. So, how can we predict something based on applying old parameters? – Smart Sustainability

Last week, I had the pleasure of talking with Nicolette Devidar of the TV segment Smart Sustainability, on the state of the global economy. We discussed a variety of issues with regards to the global economy, including the long term effects of covid 19 and the impacts of a growing digital landscape.

You can watch part 1 by clicking on the video below. Stay tuned because part 2 will be coming soon.

INTERNATIONAL MARKETING Transformation and Adaptation over Time Part 2

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Please find below the second part of my presentation from my International Marketing speech at the 13th Annual Conference of the EuroMed Academy of Business in Cyprus on September 9th. Please feel free to leave your comments below. Stay tuned for the final part, coming soon!

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Letter of Appointment to the Lord Fairfax Community College Board

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Dr. Michael Czinkota has joined the board of the Lord Fairfax Community College in Virginia. With more than 23,000 students, the key emphases are on trades, such as healthcare and robotics, and on the completion of preparatory courses which enable students to move into junior standing at universities.