October 15, 2008 17:55 PM Companies Must Take Advantage Of Uncertainties, Not Cut Back Growth Plans
KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 15 (Bernama) -- Companies must grab the business opportunities during the current economic uncertainties and fight the instinct to freeze or even cut back on their growth plans, says Frost & Sullivan chairman David Frigstad.
He said chief executive officers (CEOs), who tightened their belts during this challenging economic climate, should not totally stop spending.
Analyst: 'Not a time to panic'
By Edwin Yapp, ZDNet Asia
Thursday, October 16, 2008 04:34 PM
KUALA LUMPUR--Chief executives in the Asia-Pacific region should not view the global economic slowdown as a threat, but as an opportunity for growth, according to Frost & Sullivan.
Speaking to the media on the sidelines of Frost & Sullivan's Global Innovation Summit here Wednesday, David Frigstad, chairman of the research firm, said many of the effects from the financial turmoil today are triggered by "fear-based forecasting".
Sustaining growth in challenging times
Tuesday, October 07, 2008
The upcoming Frost & Sullivan leadership forum is all about driving business expansion in an economic slowdown.
KUALA LUMPUR, OCTOBER 7, 2008—The key theme for analyst firm Frost & Sullivan’s Malaysian leadership forum is how CEOs can drive growth in a softening economy.
According to the company’s chairman, David Frigstad, the Growth, Innovation and Leadership Congress 2008, to be held October 15-16 in Kuala Lumpur, will tackle the CEO’s key responsibility of driving economic growth.
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