News & Insights
Why is Verizon paying US$4.8 bln for the struggling Yahoo? – Consulus comments on Marketing Magazine
In comments to Marketing Magazine on the acquisition of Yahoo by Verizon, Lawrence Chong, CEO of Consulus, said the acquisition marks the end of an era and Yahoo’s decline should be served as a warning to brands who claim to be disruptive today without actually being so.
In this issue, learn how you can achieve innovation and growth through unity at the corporate level, and how we, through building unity, can make the places where we live and work more livable and sustainable.
The Columnist talks to Mr. Larry Ng, currently serving as Managing Director of World Cities Summit, and Group Director (Architecture & Urban Design Excellence) at Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA) Singapore to find out more about the current pressing urban issues and what should be done to make cities more liveable and sustainable.
CEO of Consulus, Mr Lawrence Chong, was invited to speak at Visual Asia Expo 2016 on 3 – 4 November 2016 at Suntec Singapore.
In order to find out more on what the stakeholders believe that this partnership and PlaceCORE could potentially achieve and what the future holds for the two companies and the communities involved, The Columnist held a conversation with 3 key executives who have and will be much involved in the formulation and implementation of the PlaceCORE design and framework processes.
The partnership brings two leading globalised firms with complementary strengths, one in urban and infrastructure development and the other in business design, to serve growing development needs in Asia
Today, the speed in transfer of best practices, know-how and how you appreciate talent and cultural diversity becomes critical. Companies that are able to do these things well will have the edge. In this issue, learn how you can end war at work, rethink your business model and learn from other cultures.
Conflict at work erodes trust, commitment, and loyalty. It is the No.1 productivity killer as everyone works based on assumptions which are not accurate and it slows down corporate initiatives. It’s time to design your business to end it.
Bangladesh is a market with unrealized potential. The return of Consulus comes at a time when Bangladeshi business leaders seek to emulate successful business models to grow globally.
CEO of Consulus, Mr. Lawrence Chong, has accepted the invitation to share insights at the Economy of Communion Asian Congress 2016 at Mariapolis Peace, Tagaytay, Philippines from 25 – 29 May.
CEO of Consulus to share insights at Singapore Institute of Architects (SIA) Practice Convention 2016
Lawrence Chong, CEO of Consulus, has accepted the invitation to be the Regional Business Speaker at the Singapore Institute of Architects (SIA) Practice Convention 2016.
Disney CEO search: What a new age media company CEO should be like – Consulus comments on Marketing Magazine
In comments to Marketing Magazine, Lawrence Chong, CEO of Consulus shared that we live in a time where there is immense room for cross pollination of industries and that’s where great experiences come in. A new CEO will need to be willing to experience with partnerships and be willing to take risks.
Consulus, global innovation and design consultancy firm has partnered with Roop, an integrated advertising agency in Bangladesh, to help local brands redesign for sustainable growth. The partnership was officially signed on 31 March 2016 at The National Design Centre.
Global innovation and design consultancy firm Consulus has entered into partnership with an integrated advertising agency in Bangladesh, Roop, to help Bangladesh brands redesign for sustainable growth.
Congratulations to Ms Helena Pham, Partner at Consulus Vietnam, for officially becoming a member of The Hanoi Association for Women Entrepreneurs (HNEW).
Lawrence Chong, CEO and co-founder of Consulus, told NewsBase that excessive government intervention was not good for the oil and gas sector but added that, given the global industry’s current crisis and the uncertain near-term future of the government, there seemed to be little other choice.
If Vietnamese companies want to compete on an equal footing as a new wave of competition appears on the horizon, then it is a matter of choice and not about the environment.
We asked some Consulites on what they thought 2016 will be for their country. From the Atlantic Ocean to the shores of Colombo, there is this mixture of excitement, wariness, and a lot of hope. These views are not comprehensive and we invite you to share yours but what they provide is a glimpse of the world in 2016.
With the landmark Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), all eyes are set on Vietnam for the years 2016 and beyond. The Columnist invited Helena Pham, Partner at Consulus Vietnam, to share her thoughts on the prospects of her birthplace and what should be done for Vietnam to emerge as a winner.
After almost five decades of military junta rule, the year 2016 would see a momentous event with the changing hands of the government. In an interview with The Columnist, Mikael Knudsen, a Senior Consultant of Consulus who has been based in Myanmar for 2.5 years, expresses his joy at the prospect of the country’s success and also reminds about the challenges ahead and the need to progress with caution.
As an imminent economic downturn looms over the business landscape, 2016 is expected to be no smooth sailing for Singaporean firms. In this bold interview with The Columnist, Lawrence Chong, CEO of Consulus, holds no bars in expressing his deep concern in the way local businesses have become over-reliant and too complacent.