Multi-speed innovation: Interview with Grupo SURA CEO David Bojanini

Corporate change moves at different speeds in large Latin American corporations. Not due to the lack of vision or knowledge of opportunities on the part of some CEOs, but to a simple, sound business reason, which cyber optimists often forget. “It happens everywhere. The world is changing, but traditional models are still valid,” CEO of Colombian Grupo Sura, David Bojanini told Latin Trade. New business models are gaining acceptance and market space, but their advance is a slower process than many want to believe. How can regional corporations keep up? Read the full interview at Latin Trade. The most important realignment in the past 200 years The changes in the China-Latin America relations in the past 20 years “have brought […]

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