I’m going to go out on a limb here and say that the offshore industry will probably never recover from the tsunami and economic fallout of the Great Recession.
But as the industry matures and begins to expand, it will be worth the risk to the entire offshore sector to make sure that the public gets a chance to see what the future of the industry looks like.
And that’s what I’m here to do.
I am here to explain why I believe that the next wave of outsourcing is just around the corner, and what that means for the people who depend on it.
I have no doubt that in the future, the offshore world will be dominated by outsourcers, and that’s because the future is the future.
And as we continue to invest in our public services, to invest more in the infrastructure that we have, and to build on the infrastructure of the past, we need to be prepared to adapt.
That’s why it is critical that we all come together to build the next generation of public servants.
And the public sector, it’s what our country depends on, to provide a safe and secure environment for all of us to live in.
There is an enormous opportunity for the private sector to take advantage of the growing opportunities for offshore outsourcing.
This is a game-changer, and there’s no reason to believe that it will change anytime soon.
I’ve been a long-time offshore provider myself, and it’s clear to me that the industry will never be the same again.
But I also think that the opportunity for offshore companies to be able to tap into the vast pool of talent that exists right now is something that will continue to grow and will continue provide great benefits to the public service.
I’m confident that in time, the opportunities that offshore outsourcing provides will be as huge as those that the traditional public sector can offer.
For example, we have an excellent relationship with our outsourcer partners in the United Kingdom.
I can tell you, for example, that we’re able to hire up to 10,000 skilled employees on a daily basis.
And it’s a really, really great company, and they’re able, in a way, to do what they do because we are able to take them in and out of our facility as we need them.
And in the UK, for the last several years, we’ve been able to leverage that relationship.
And so we’ve seen, in the last two years, our workforce grow by 10,600 people.
And I believe we’ve now increased the number of staff to more than 1,100.
And what’s really important to me is that the people that we hire have the skills, and the knowledge and the experience, and we can put those skills to work in our communities.
I know that it’s been an amazing experience for the company and the workforce to come here, and I think that it is really important that we continue our partnership, because it’s very important that all of our employees, whether they’re overseas or not, have the opportunities to get the training and the work experience that they need.
It’s also important that they have the opportunity to build careers in the public services that they enjoy.
And if you want to know what’s happening in the world of offshore outsourcing, there’s a big difference between the outsourcing of work and the outsourcing that we do in the private sectors.
And for the vast majority of the workforce that we’ve hired, we’re bringing them in on a one-way ticket to the UK.
I don’t know if you’ve heard, but we are using a technology called outsourcing, which means that we are bringing in skilled workers from overseas on a fixed-term contract.
And we’ve got more than 500,000 of these people on a regular basis.
Now, this isn’t the first time that we used this technology to do this.
And before that, we used it to hire people to come to the United States and train us in the way of business.
And when I was the CEO of one of the world’s largest offshore companies, we had people who were overseas on temporary contracts for 10 years, and then they were put on a permanent contract with us.
But that was before the internet and mobile phones.
And once the internet came, they didn’t want to go back home.
And now, the technology that we use is changing the way we do business.
I believe this is something we can all benefit from.
But this is not just about jobs and the economy and jobs.
It is also about the people working in our service providers, and this is about the quality of the service that we provide.
And to me, this is where it really matters.
And this is what I would say is the key to the future growth of the offshore sector: the private companies that have the talent, the experience and the skills to create the jobs that are coming.
And right now, we are in the midst of a transformation of our