Latest issue of CampdenNXG: Beautiful business

We’ve got a whole bunch of self-starting next gens for you in this edition of NXG. There’s Keisuke Takemura, who has made his family’s underwear business trendy, Lara Tarakjian, a woman who with her brother set up a hair-removal empire in the Middle East, and Emre Narin, who when he’s not running his family hotel business is pumping out deep house sets in Istanbul’s coolest clubs.

We also take a look at Seoul, which is fast overtaking Tokyo as south-east Asia’s most quirky and fashionable city. If it’s hipster barbershops and hair salons based on cartoon characters you want, we’ve got ‘em in spades. We’ve also launched a new section, NXG_IQ, which deals with business ideas. Star writer Pankaj Ghemawat, from Barcelona’s IESE business school, explains why a lot of what people say about globalisation is actually “globaloney”. So, a little bit of work, and a little bit of play.
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