If you missed it, fear not, our webinar on how to boost your pWin, entitled “How to use your knowledge network to win federal contracts” is now available as a recording. And if an hour-long webinar is not your thing, … Continue reading Using your knowledge network to win federal contracts
Van Zwieten joins OnFrontiers after previously serving as President and Chief Executive Officer of EMPEA. Continue reading Robert van Zwieten Joins OnFrontiers as Senior Advisor
An estimated 2.6 billion people around the world live with out regular access to banking services, hindering their ability to plan for the future, obtain credit or start a business. Access to formal financial resources is also a major challenge for refugees and similar groups. Read more about Zilient.org’s webinar designed to help broaden financial inclusion for the world’s underbanked population. Continue reading Live Webinar Preview: Financial Inclusion Efforts to Reduce the World’s Underbanked Population
Most of the developed world has successfully transitioned from analogue to digital television in the past couple of decades. As developing countries move to catch up, according to Giles Tanner, General Manager in the Communications Infrastructure Division of the Australian … Continue reading What’s Ahead of Frontier Markets in Analogue to Digital Conversion?
India’s water sector faces major challenges as the country’s population continues to grow at an exponential rate, simultaneously pushing up both pollution levels and demand for clean water. OnFrontiers spoke with Head of Civil Engineering at Manipal University in Jaipur, … Continue reading Water in India: Modi’s Reforms and Opportunities for Investment
Over the past decade, the mobile technology industry in West Africa has exploded. Nigeria continues to dominate headlines and lead the way among regional mobile markets – this week, Lagos hosted the sixth annual Mobile West Africa conference (20-21st April). But … Continue reading Ghana: A New Frontier for Mobile Tech in West Africa
This month’s webinar on Best Practices for Interviewing Experts featured a conversation with moderator James Hoffman, a seasoned management consultant, and two great panelists with extensive Expert interview experience. The session focused on strategies for how clients can get the … Continue reading Webinar Recap: Tips on Consulting with Experts
Brazil’s taxi market is rapidly evolving with the introduction of premium ride services. OnFrontiers gained insight on the changing landscape during a recent conversation with Leo Tang, former CEO of the Brazilian branch of Easy Taxi, the first online taxi company to penetrate the Latin American market. Tang explains that app-driven car-for-hire companies are gaining a competitive edge in the wake of markets opening up in São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro. As the power of app-aggregation in transportation companies has been realized, investors have begun setting their sights on private companies. The transition has not necessarily been a smooth … Continue reading The Power of App Aggregation: Evolution in the Brazilian Taxi Industry
With just one month to go until the 2016 Summer Olympics kick off (5-21 August) in Rio de Janiero, the city is abuzz with anticipation. The lead-up to this year’s games – the first ever to take place in South … Continue reading Brazil 2016 Olympics: Economic boom or bust?
The Caribbean country is back in the news. After a three-year delay of legislative and municipal elections, Haitians are finally preparing to vote—on August 9th for two thirds of the Senate and October 25th for the presidency, as well local and municipal elections. Candidates from 125 political parties have already registered. The incumbent president, Michel Martelly, has been ruling by decree since the parliament was dissolved last January when the terms of every member of the Chamber of Deputies and a third of the Senate expired. His final presidential year is starting this month. Could elections turn out well for … Continue reading Haitian Elections: Optimism in the Horizon