From the Heart of New York City: Celebrating the Power of a Connected World

Join Raj Subramaniam, executive vice president, chief marketing and communications officer at FedEx Corp., as he taps into the innovation and imagination of New York City and other world capitals — and how it exemplifies the benefits of a connected world.

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  1. David Paul Maloney - May 25, 2017

    This would make a fantastic commercial. Possibly, because of it's length, an Internet commercial campaign. FedEx is no longer just an American company, but a World company.

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  2. Cindy Curry - May 25, 2017

    Very interesting world wide small business opportunities.

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  3. Raja Malla - May 30, 2017

    Raj, It is a good vedio and sends a valuable message to the global community about the importance of open trade. Connecting 99% of World 's GDP is a shocker to many.

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  4. Janardhan Boyella - May 30, 2017

    We Love FedEx. Its our Mother. The Bread and Butter on our dining table is coming from it. Love You.

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  5. angel morales - June 1, 2017

    excellent report!

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  6. William Fox - June 2, 2017

    I thought it was interesting as a travel log and showcase of cities of the world but not very informative from a business standpoint. FedEx helps small businesses but it didn't really go in depth on how we help.

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  7. Alicia Hill - June 2, 2017

    FedEx connects the world! We are ONE FEDEX with POWER to make a difference! I loved the video. I hope every employee gets to see how they play a role in making this happen.

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  8. Robert Medlin - June 2, 2017

    The video made me proud to be a FedEx Team Member and part of the global economy.

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  9. Fred Johnson - June 2, 2017

    Great video and such. BUT with all this talk of connectivity, why can't FedEx Office locations, where I ship my packages, look up my account number?

    If I do not have my account number with me, FedEx has NO WAY of looking up my account number by my name, company name, address, telephone number or attached credit card.

    I wish they had invested money in fixing this very simple tech issue vs. sending Raj around the world. For the money, they could fix this very annoying issue.

    Great video, but let's fix the simple issues.

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  10. Fritze Ragoo - July 19, 2017

    Very good video…We are just proud of being a valuable link in the chain participating in spreading FedEx image as a very innovative company.

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