“Cities have a huge window of opportunity to attract the best global talent”

“Cities have a huge window of opportunity to attract the bes...

Do Better Team

There is a trend towards the offshoring of talent. But at the same time, there are signs of de-globalization in various areas because of circumstances such as nationalist or protectionist leadership, Brexit, and supply chain disruption. Talent has an unprecedented opportunity to settle anywhere and can become more ubiquitous, in part due to the pandemic, which facilitates remote work and digitization. We discuss these opportunities in depth with Ivan Bofarull, Chief Innovation Officer at Esade, and Natalia Olson, advisor and mentor in Palo Alto, California (both co-authors of Esade's MBA City Monitor, a unique global indicator that predicts the ability of cities to attract and engage talent).

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