If your job is to make and sell seemingly magic thin films, four-atoms thick, that keeps computer chips and solar cells literally lightning fast, where in the world do you find the latest innovation? And when you do, how do you profitably take advantage? Host Bart Jackson brings on a CEO for whom these are daily questions. Paul Burlingame, head of Air Liquide Advanced Materials is constantly inventing new ways to work better within the traditional semi-conductor bastions, like Japan and Korea, as well as the emerging centers in Switzerland and Finland. To this constant global hunt for mushrooming talent, invention, and clients, Paul brings an immense international agility, enabling both his team and his company to play profitably in a myriad of cultures. Tune in and learn the techniques for taking global advantage, as well as how the current trade wars are dealing rabbit punches to our tech development.