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Transnational Companies Promote the Sustainable Business

More than 70% of representatives from various transnational companies say they care about reducing the negative environmental impacts when it comes to their business. However, according to an international survey, only 10% of respondents have been measured the actual impact of their companies. The gap between desire and real actions may lie in the fear […]

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Initiatives of the Circular Economy

The circular economy is a topic that is currently widely discussed in institutions, industry, and waste management companies across Europe. Such a system means that we should produce absolutely all items from recyclable materials that have broken for repair, and items that have ended their service need to be recycled into new ones. There are […]

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Coco-cola – A Look into One of The Most Successful Transnational Companies

The beauty of running a business is to be able to take your ideas and products to other parts of the world. There are thousands of companies that have managed to take their business across borders from where they were founded and become successful transnational companies. When companies can perform exceedingly well on the transnational […]

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The Benefits and Power That Comes With Transnational Strategy

Transnational business strategy is the need of today’s shrinking world. Transnational business can be defined as the business which a company does across the boundaries of different countries. These businesses are in the form of investment in foreign countries, which might be in assets or on an operational level. Transnational corporations have an alternative business […]

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Looking Through The Lens of Transnational Crime

Transnational crime has become a significant issue for almost all of the countries in the world as it deals with horrific activities done across different countries. There has been a steep rise in the transnational crime in the recent past, due to which this issue has continuously been a part of most of the international […]

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Social Media Movements Across Borders – Transnationalism from America to Africa

In this generation of internet and social media, anything can go viral like wildfire in a matter of a few hours. Almost everything in today’s world, including protests and activism, can get fueled by social media. Movements like #Metoo are prime examples of it. These movements help a lot of people in different regions of […]

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Lessons Learnt From Transnational Companies

Transnational companies have proven their success. And where success can be proven, lessons can be learnt. Lessons which can be applied to achieve growth, widen the reach and enter the next level of your own company. Here are some hand-picked exemplary cases of transnational companies, where key lessons can be learned to ensure success. Adapting […]

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From Different Worlds for One Purpose – Ecological Transnationalism

Issues that concern ecological factors around the world cannot be handled by one country alone. Every nation has to come together if a change has to be made on a global scale. Over the last three decades, ecological literature has grown and thrived. However, because of the lack of communication, ecological trans-nationalists were not able […]

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Transnationalism and Culture – Part 2

We continue our study into how transnationalism influences the exchange of ideas between two countries and how this exchange can affect the culture of both nations. Because of modern day technology in both communications and transport it has brought about new maximizing of benefits to both new host nations and previous residences. So, peoples from […]

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Transnationalism and Culture – Part 1

Transnationalism changes many things, from literature to food, languages and traditional activities. In other words, transnationalism affects culture. But what is transnationalism? Definitions do vary but most center on exchanges and connections crossing borders, in some respects it is a little bit being neither here nor there. Exchanges can mean many things but in transnationalism […]

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