As a global population, we have never been more dependent on the need for global knowledge transfer. The faster we learn and respond to information from other parts of the world, the more lives can be saved. Incidentally, we have also never been as prepared to connect on a global scale and share that knowledge. Continue reading Fighting two viruses at once: why a global crisis needs a global response
You may notice we just updated our logo and website. It was a fun process refreshing our design to reflect who we are today. What you might not have noticed are changes “under the hood.” Some of the big ones: … Continue reading Hi again, we’re OnFrontiers!
International development and relief assistance increasingly turn to remote technical assistance for fast, quality knowledge access Whether it be a local market nuance in Bangalore or specific ways to improve quinoa crop yields, it’s no secret that tailored expertise improves … Continue reading An innovation disrupting foreign assistance delivery: remote technical assistance (RTA)
Many organizations have a core role. Not to say others are unimportant, but one job sits in the center of the whole enchilada, with the rest of the business supporting in some way. In a school, for example, … Continue reading Everything you need to know about being a research manager at OnFrontiers
We are excited to announce that we are hiring a customer growth manager! This blog will tell you more about it. What role will a customer growth manager play? Customer success comes from the heart. You have top-grade customer management … Continue reading We are hiring a customer growth manager at OnFrontiers!
New York, NY – The CrossBoundary Group is a fast-growing investment firm focused on unlocking capital to make a positive difference in developing economies. Founded in 2011, The CrossBoundary Group now has over 45 professional staff and offices in Bamako, … Continue reading Private Equity Firm Builds a Global Expertise Network on OnFrontiers
Natural disasters affect roughly 217 million people each year, and emerging markets are particularly vulnerable. To get ahead of these problems, the Sendai Framework creates alignment among state governments and the private sector, supporting their ability to work together to develop and implement a plan that reduces the loss of lives and livelihood when disaster strikes. Continue reading Preparing for Disaster: Partnering for the Future
Ruchir Sharma, the money manager renowned for his against-consensus, bearish stance on Chinese stocks ahead of the market’s plunge in 2015, is out on a limb once more – this time with a bullish position on Europe. Continue reading Morgan Stanley’s Sharma Takes Pro-EU Contrarian Bet on Poland to Romania
By Stacey Mattish Africa offers a billion-dollar consumer number that many companies are eager to access, yet entering and expanding into Africa’s Sub-Saharan region can be far more challenging than attempting the same feat in either the United States (U.S.) … Continue reading Sub-Sahara Africa: Entrance and Expansion into an Exciting Market
Blog author Gavin Serkin is the Editorial Director for OnFrontiers and the Founder and Managing Editor of the Frontier Funds Consultancy. By Gavin Serkin In the tradition of emerging markets soothsayers, Ruchir Sharma has a knack for catchy acronyms. But … Continue reading Tail Risk of an Orange Swan Event?