New strategies for a changed world

Save time, gain influence and build important relationships for your success. Social Alchemy can provide you with the business intelligence and analysis to help solve your business problems and open the door to opportunity. New strategies for a changed world. The last five years have shown an increasing trend towards active citizenship, or civil society, including … Continue reading New strategies for a changed world

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A Decade of Disruption

This last decade might be bookmarked by the rise and death of Osama bin Laden as a household name. From the 9/11 attacks, leading to wars in Iraq and Afghanistan and the countless ethical dilemma those created through to his death at the hands of a US Navy SEAL team, it would seem to have … Continue reading A Decade of Disruption

Low awareness is the problem

Reflections from notes I wrote in 2013 on state of the relationship Australia enjoys with Korea. Your thoughts? The 2013 Australian Government Issues Paper Towards  2025, Republic of Korea Strategy in the Asian Century alludes to the problematic nature of this relationship: low awareness of Korea poses a challenge in terms of building demand.: How do we want our relationship with the ROK to look in … Continue reading Low awareness is the problem

Untapped Potential, Natural Partners

Reflections on the Australia - Korea relationship from 2012. How much has changed, even in light of the FTA? What work now needs to be done as a priority? Australia and Korea are natural partners, and we both share untapped capacity for regional and global influence. In 2012, the two-way trade volume surpassed 35 billion … Continue reading Untapped Potential, Natural Partners

Hindsight: Power Shift in East Asia: Seven Drivers of Change

Foresight is frequently toted as of upmost importance when navigating a path ahead that forge relationships with Asia.Part of good foresight is to review assumptions and assess what proved to be correct, and where our thinking missed the mark. Getting it wrong does not necessarily mean our ability is faulty. Things change, and it can … Continue reading Hindsight: Power Shift in East Asia: Seven Drivers of Change

A creative economy

Park Geun-hye pledged economic revival through creative economy during her inauguration address. “A creative economy is defined by the convergence of science and technology with industry, the fusion of culture with industry, and the blossoming of creativity in the very borders that were once permeated by barriers.” Introducing the Australia Korea Emerging Leaders Dialogue. Working … Continue reading A creative economy