BRAUWELT International archive
The BRAUWELT International archive is continually updated. With 40,000 entries, it offers comprehensive documentation of the brewing and beverage sector and contains all articles published in BRAUWELT International since 1995.
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Beer monopoly podcast No. 11 The political CEO
In today’s climate, political issues have become hotly contested. Activists are dragging business leaders into debates that have little to do with their commerce. But before brewers go and find a soapbox to stand on, they should be aware that whatever they say, they could potentially alienate half of their workforce and consumers. So what are they to do?