Music video for Staggered Crossing's 'Business as Usual'.
Think Skateboards has been promoting their upcoming video as far back as 2007. On April 2nd, they finally unveiled the full-length feature, "Business as Usual". The premiere was hosted at "The Independent" in San Francisco and will premiere again on Thrasher**** on April13th.
Just a month after revealing she had a double mastectomy, Brad Pitt says Angelina Jolie is doing fine and it's business as usual.
We are part of the reality
we perceive it
we interact with it
There are people who make the struggles
There are people who watch the struggles
There are people who face the struggles
This shooting is from Campo de' Fiori, the very popular (even too much) square in the center of Rome, Italy.
Campo de' Fiori is always very busy - 7 days and nights a week.
It all starts at around 5am with the food market taking over the entire square, and getting busier and busier like food markets do, until 2pm circa.
Street cleaning comes in and cleans the square, so that the square (and the entire area) gets now packed with shopping crowds until 8pm (shopping takes place in the morning, too).
Starting from 6pm circa, is "aperitivo" time. All the bars get crowded, as well as the restaurants, that generally stay open serving food until around midnight / 1am (some even later). Bars keep serving booze until 2am, while some clubs keep kicking until 4am or so.
3am is also the time when the second round of street cleaning arrives to clean up all the mess you see in this video, so that the market guys come in everything is nice and clean.
Isn't Rome the true city that never sleeps?
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Girls in bikinis tons of them all over the place Its going to be tough to keep your cool This is what you really want Lots of girls Hardly wearing anything at all Its all very enticing So you have to stay charming Keep them laughing Pour some drinks Dont ham it up too badly though and act like a clown Act like this is business as usual for you Compliment their bikinis
In this business tv show, join international business experts Ian Coleman, Partner, Head of emerging markets, PricewaterhouseCoopers UK, Tony Dickel, CEO, MRI China, and Chris Runckel, President, Runckel and Associates, as they talk about upcoming issues they see for businesses operating in emerging economies.
Ian Coleman: I think that what we have seen is a growing change to one of acceptance that it isn’t novel, its business as usual. A growing change towards the integration of emerging market managers into the managerial structures of multi international companies because the importance of doing business in those countries.
Tony Dickel: You’ve got the 1billion US dollars a week of foreign investment, you’ve got the 3000 companies a month, you’ve got the 10% economic growth, all an environment of an emerging population of only children, there isn’t a hope in hell that demographically China can create enough middle management and senior management over the next 20 years and so to support what’s going to be going on in China in the context of economic and corporate growth and the need for mid-senior level talent, not a chance, especially as many of the better Chinese people are also being exported overseas. So apart from that everything’s great. It’s going to be easy.
Chris Runckel: One of the things we feel very passionate about really is the problem that we see in all of these developing countries with the failure to invest into the education system. All of these countries what you see is that investment in education is insufficient for the requirements that are being set by the growing economy and so you start developing problems where you cant get the quality of engineers, of accountants and of a wide range of people that you require for these new type of economies..
Ian Coleman: When we think of joint venturing and so on it’s often in the context of a developed market company joint venturing to enter an emerging market to serve them and provide goods and services there but there are real opportunities I think in reverse; that emerging market powerhouses are going to be looking to partner with companies in well developed economies in order to access the opportunities existing here, in our markets.
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