Global Trade – Evolving in an era of globalization
In an era of globalization, the world is becoming a smaller place. A business decision in New York can create thousands of jobs in Asia which will create services and products that will be consumed in the west - and a business decision made in China can spell the loss of manufacture jobs in the North-East of England. Global trade flows are fast paced and are ever evolving. Here at Hedgerow Global we present an analytical approach to global business that puts sustainability at the heart of our agenda, offering a gateway to international trade flows that deliver efficient results in a responsible way.
Over recent decades, much has changed in the way we trade. There has been a steady increase in cross-border trading flows around the world with foreign direct investment being a major driving force behind the world’s most established and developing economies. Financial and trade institutions such as the IMF and the World Bank are integrated in just about every national economy and private businesses have expanded their activities geographically, as have private individuals. The process of developing the globalization of economic trade flows that we have witnessed over recent decades, both technological advances and financial innovation have played a key role.
Here at Hedgerow Global, we are constantly adapting and applying our analysis within an ever-evolving global arena, to ensure that we are on the pulse within a rapidly moving, quick-paced and often unpredictable environment. We simply look to understand the why’s, when’s, how’s along with the implications that factors can bare upon our global economy at local, regional and international levels.
Through a range of research and analytical approaches, we have developed a sophisticated understanding of how global markets function.
We combine historical case study analysis with various market force theories to help us make sense of how different market sectors work...