In a post Brexit Britain maybe we should be considering more the “Craic” of the Commonwealth.
Posted on: 17 Apr, 20
Coronavirus has highlighted our addiction to China’s manufacturing base. Companies should be cautious putting all their eggs in one basket at the best of times and becoming dependant on any one country, particularly one without a rule of law we are familiar with. Perhaps it would make more sense to get off the “Crack" of China, and take up the “Craic" of Canzuk and the Commonwealth?
We are but two fictitious characters throwing out ideas and comment to stimulate debate and collect information. As professional service firms, we are open minded people and think independent thought and debate is essential to help understand, as well as navigate, complex problems. By joves – doing business across Europe (and the world) is set to become a whole lot more complex in light of recent seismic political events. As businesses - we provide information and hopefully some wisdom - and we see this blog and its caricatures merely as a much more fun, perhaps slightly controversial way, of stimulating debate and collecting ideas. We’re searching for some true pearls of wisdom, and as we find them, we’ll share them with you.
This month Oury and Clark ponder whether technology one day, will not just translate the words, but the body language and cultural nuance. Could all disagreements, and even world peace be achieved if we all understood each other fully, and didn’t get very irritable with the other person’s inability to know how to apologise a lot? (sorry)