Elizabeth Shea is EVP, Public Relations at REQ, an award-winning marketing, brand management and PR company.
In addition to the Covid-19 pandemic, there is now recessionary talk taking place, and there are varying opinions on economic stability and how everything is going to unfold. Factor in high interest rates and talk of real estate bubbles, and there’s plenty for B2B marketers to be wary of financially as they attempt to grow their businesses and generate new sales opportunities.
When facing a wobbly economy, I believe the single most important thing that businesses can do is focus on client
Beijing is furious. China’s leadership knows that it is losing the race for the future of technology. It is a race that could make or break the country’s super power status. And Washington is determined to do everything possible to slow it down.
Semiconductor chips are the tiny brains that power our technological world, from cars and cellphones to fighter jets and advanced missile systems. They’re so complex that no country can produce a single chip by itself. In years past, this was a good thing. Governments understood that technology is not a zero-sum game — that innovation in one
European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen announced Thursday that the European Union is preparing a “determined and united response” to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, which includes plans for sanctions aimed at restricting the country’s access to technologies and crippling the Russian economy.
During a joint news conference with NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg and European Council President Charles Michel, von der Leyen said