Rob Koepp knows a thing or two about what makes the global economy work. Rob currently operates as a consultant in Beijing where you personally creates multi-cultural collaborations which connect Asia with the rest of the world. Rob works with both Western and Asian companies to help them develop interconnected markets, to help them raise funds utilize a bank of global capital, and how they can invest their funds to produce the greatest possible returns the world has to offer.
Rob’s publication pedigree matches this international approach to the problems of business and development in the modern world- he regularly contributes articles to the Los Angeles Times, The Economist, Business Asia, the Chicago Tribune, the Business Times in Singapore and the Nihon Keizai Shinbun in Japan.
In addition to contributing to these prestigious periodicals Rob has also written his own book, Clusters of Creativity: Enduring Lessons on Innovation and Entrepreneurship from Silicon Valley and Europe’s Silicon Fen. His new book, Betting on China: How the Forces of Chinese Capitalism and American Stock Markets are Shaping the World Economy, looks in greater depth at how US-Listed Chinese companies tell the whole story of our shifting global economy.
With Betting on China Rob provides a new perspective on how China’s economy (past, present and future) operates in real time- and how the bets placed by international investors form the day-to-day operations of these rising giants of business.
Rob is passionate about spreading the first-hand knowledge he’s learned navigating and investigating the dynamics of the global economy, and he’s happy to share his insights through speaking engagements arranged by contacting [email protected].