Editor’s note: This article was written in Japan and offers a global perspective on this topical issue. Coronavirus has given society a peek into the future of capitalism – observes Karl O’Callaghan – and the global economic system needs a more people centred approach if it is to survive. Robbed of free-spending customers, economies have […]
Author: Karl O'Callaghan
Karl O'Callaghan has lived in Japan since 1997, working as an English teacher and then in sales and marketing for Oxford University Press. In 2014, he became Head of Marketing and Operations for UK Trade and Investment, promoting trade between the UK and Japan. He now runs his own market entry consultancy to help Japanese SMEs market and sell overseas and lectures in Marketing and Strategy at Globis University, Japan's leading graduate business school.