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Seven Keys to Finding Hidden IT Aptitude in Developing Countries

by David Stone I think there are seven keys to finding the right people with an aptitude for IT in an underdeveloped country:           Keep relationships primary           Share your motivation           Develop a very close Friend           Be a close friend to Christian expats and their NGOs           Know the owners of other local […]

What Got You Started? Software Development in Vietnam

Ben and Yumi co-founded an outsourcing and software development company in Vietnam, joining Vietnam’s rapidly growing tech industry. We asked them what got them started, what are some pros and cons of being in IT, and what advice do they have for up-and-coming BAMers looking at the IT industry. What got you started in business as […]

European Economic Summit Declaration

By Mats Tunehag How can we connect Sunday and Monday? How can our faith inform our actions in the marketplace? What are key building blocks in economics and business as we pursue a society built on justice and mercy? These were key issues addressed by 175 people from 26 nations gathered at the European Economic […]

How the Sacred-Secular Divide Influences Attitudes to Business in Europe and Africa

We asked people engaged with BAM around the world to share how they see the sacred-secular divide affecting thinking in the Church in their country – and how this influences engagement of Christians the business sphere. Perspectives from Europe and Africa Patrick Kuwana – South Africa In South Africa there is a church on almost every street […]