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VIDEO: Elfrink Comments on Globalization in FY08


August 6, 2008 - 3 Comments

Wim Elfrink is one of our five Executive Vice Presidents. He is also the leader of our Globalization Centre in Bangalore, India. In fact, he is our Chief Globalization Officer. He was back at Cisco HQ in San Jose, CA for the past bit and I was able to catch up with him after our FY08 earnings announcement yesterday and asked him to share his thoughts on globalization writ large, his past year in India, his efforts in Emerging Countries, and more. His experience has been fascinating and I hope you enjoy him sharing his experience in this video.

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3 Comments

  1. Great to listen to Wim"s views on the prospectus of urbanization and the expected revenue growth because of this.As more and more people are coming to cities for employment, there is a great scope of growth in networking and connectivity arena.The reasoning behind setting up the globalization center in India is very convincing, this is the place from where you can reach 70% of world population in 5 hours flight.I am proud to be a part of Cisco Family.

  2. Honour to listen Wim's Comments on Globalization, and thanks Wim sharing his experience.A people who want to join Cisco, not just for a job, but for a career. Globalization is going to play a key role in our company strategy, and I am looking forward to a great fiscal year 2009. Let's working hard and smart for the next great fiscal year 2009!

  3. Great to listen Wim's views on the prospectus of urbanization and the expected revenue growth because of this.As more and more people are coming to cities for employment, there is a great scope of growth in networking and connectivity arena.The reasoning behind setting up the globalization center in India is very convincing, this is the place from where you can reach 70% of world population in 5 hours flight.I am proud to be a part of Cisco Family.