Long DescriptionAyse Oge's book "The Millennial Global Edge" couldn't be more timely – with the past financial meltdown, the pandemic, and an economic crisis showing the world that we are more globally interconnected than ever in 2020. According to a Digital Commerce 360 analysis, global e-commerce sales came out to $3.46 trillion in 2019, compared to $2.93 trillion in 2018. With the world of international business changing in recent years, sectors such as design, execution, and performance are linked with rapidly evolving technology. New technology must be applied to every stage of the trade process, including sourcing, logistics, cross-border trade, and compliance. Why is this important for millennials to take advantage? Simply put, they have the power to dramatically improve communication, on-time deliveries, and financial performance. Millennials were raised in the social media era and have never been more than a few clicks away from friends, family, and the entire social network spanning the world. They find tremendous comfort and fulfillment in leveraging these social interactions to seek support and reassurance. It allows them a deeper and more globalized connection. Millennials can build teams to offer the best functional expertise from around the world. This enables diversity by bringing together people from many cultures with unique work experiences and fresh perspectives. Businesses that want to be more innovative and forward-thinking will rely on this valuable millennial resource to help compete and grow in the industry.Having a global business is highly dynamic, and it's the perfect environment for millennials to reinvent themselves. Global business careers help workers make good employment choices, learn to welcome change, and face challenges confidently to be leaders on the world stage.Millennials are being presented with their best chance at becoming successful in this industry - right here, right now. International trade means a large pool of employing organizations, multinationals, non-profits, governments, and companies in need of professionals with specialized skills and experiences, especially those who want to get involved in entrepreneurial ventures and doing business for themselves. Not to mention, world business is currently experiencing rapidly advancing technological innovation, increasing urbanization, and shifts in global economic powers that will shape the future workforce. There is a demand in the profession for qualified people with a global mindset.Millennials are the obvious choice to fill the gap and generate the needed vitality in the global business environment. Their digital understanding, along with their innate curiosity to drive learning, is a big plus in global business. This often results in transparent and purposeful communication - a great value when it comes to building and maintaining the trust of overseas customers. Millennials favor teamwork and inclusiveness over social barriers, and they value unstructured, fluid chains of command. As a result, they can bring a new comprehensive approach to the industry to re-think what some might consider baggage of traditions. Going global is not merely a "trend." It is a long-lasting, conscious career choice driven by versatility, and it comes with the flexibility to take on different responsibilities. Millennials are the answer to many dilemmas that this industry has been facing. They are the future, and we need to start building and empowering them to step into these huge open roles that are waiting for them.