Mike Fromowitz
Jul 31, 2014

Multiculturalism: The unstoppable global trend

Businesses know that in today’s globalized world, they have to be able to compete in multicultural environments.” —H.E. Mr. Ban Ki-moon, United Nations Secretary-General

Unless you currently live in the Stone Age, you would have noticed that we are currently in the midst of the largest wave of migration ever seen worldwide, and global cities today are becoming more and more diverse than ever before. Diversity, the heart of multiculturalism, defines the world economy and social fabric of cities around the globe, and most certainly characterizes the populations of Australia, Singapore, India, Brazil, Canada, the United States, UK,...

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