Emerging-Market Multinationals

How to nurture innovation, from Silicon Valley to Bengaluru

Innovation ecosystems such as Shenzhen act as magnets for global talent Image: REUTERS/Thomas Suen

Kanini Mutooni

Director for Investment and ICT, USAID East Africa Trade and Investment Hub

Soumitra Dutta

Professsor of Operations, Technology and Information Management, Cornell SC Johnson College of Business

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