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Success factors for developed economies

4 November 2019
Business Times – Singapore

Success factors for developed economies

As economies continue to become more developed, what key factors constitute to success? Leon Perera, Chief Executive Officer of Spire Research and Consulting, shared his insights in Business Times – Singapore.

With more developed economies on the rise, growth is essential through ecosystems that require adequate nurture to enable productivity, growth and innovation.

It is equally important to maintain the entrepreneur spirit and innovation with a culture that supports unorthodox thinking, creativity along with risk-taking.

Another key factor for economic success is the education system. The quality determines the ability to push future leaders, designers, inventors and thinkers to think out of the box and nurture innovation as well as entrepreneurship.


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