23, Jan, 2022
Supply chain management: Unleashing innovation to stay ahead of change and uncertainty

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With global supply chain challenges spurring dire headlines of precariousness, more than 3,000 transportation, logistics, fulfillment, and warehouse professionals from around the world gathered in October for the Reuters virtual Supply Chain Execution 2022 event. During one panel discussion, titled “Driving Towards a Singular Innovation Goal,” four industry experts discussed how corporate […]

Reports about Apple bringing a punch-hole screen to the iPhone 14 series are not new, but another insider doubled down on them during the weekend. Mark Gurman, Editor at Bloomberg who specializes in Apple products, revealed in his latest podcast Power On he expects Apple to ditch the notch on some […]

When researching to write your own articles — or just educating yourself on trends and best practices in today’s marketing world — it’s important to read a variety of marketing blogs to gather different perspectives and apply them to your campaigns. The following list are some of our favorite content […]

Business intelligence (BI) is a term that “includes the applications, infrastructure and tools, and best practices that enable access to and analysis of information” (Gartner). As such, it covers a wide breadth of topics, from data security to big data to data analysis. Whether you’re just getting started with business intelligence […]

Google is teaming up with the European Investment Fund (EIF) and two other organisations in Latin America and Asia to provide $75 million (roughly Rs. 545 crore) in funding to small- and medium-sized companies suffering from the impact of COVID-19. The funds are part of an $800 million (roughly Rs. […]

Incoterms 2020 rules are the latest revision of international terms of trade published by the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC). They are recognized as the authoritative text for determining how costs and risks are allocated to parties conducting international transactions. Incoterms 2020 rules outline whether the seller or the buyer is responsible […]

Businesses say a global shipping crisis is causing freight costs to soar and UK consumers may soon see price rises for imported goods. On top of skyrocketing shipping rates, carriers are adding congestion charges for imports to Felixstowe and Southampton, because of severe delays. The logistics industry has written to […]

Any type of incongruences’ between your accounting values and the details in your income tax return is among the last thing any business owner wants. In the face of the pressures of the tax season, you have piles of compliances to tackle for your business. Such discrepancies in these times […]

The UK government has begun negotiations to join the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP), suggesting that joining this trade pact is a positive result of Brexit. CPTPP, as the name implies, is an agreement on trade (and related issues) between eleven countries which border the Pacific – Australia, Brunei, Canada, […]