To get some answers on the effects and next steps for businesses of all shapes and sizes during the covid-19 crisis, we assembled a team of experts to provide advice and resources on Twitter. Read the highlights below and follow the links for more information.
Many SMEs are active in global business and have recently encountered conflicts or will soon experience disputes with their suppliers. Here are 5 common mistakes SMEs make with their supplier contracts and how to solve them during the COVID-19 crisis.
A crucial activity in this initiative is to ensure we are all staying informed through credible sources. This is the role the FITT team is taking part in – providing as much relevant and actionable information as we can to support trade practitioners and the international businesses we serve.
The coronavirus outbreak is being felt globally and is a serious concern for everyone. It is important that we all take the necessary steps…
Coronavirus will continue to be a cause for delay and non-delivery of goods and services for at least the next few months. Here are the aspects of your contracts and supply chain processes you should look at to prepare and mitigate risk.
The combination of U.S.-China trade frictions and the recent outbreak of the Coronavirus and subsequent disruption to the Chinese economy and global supply chain, give cause to more deeply evaluate Asia market entry and development strategies.
The trade finance industry has been forced to rapidly implement digital finance measures that move away from more traditional, paper-intensive practices. Here’s how that’s rolling out.
With business closures and the economic slowdown the pandemic has brought, many businesses have had no choice but to pivot to continue to be profitable. But how can an organization know which changes to business strategies are wise?
For Mathieu the best way to follow his passion for bridging cultures and societies was to pursue a career in international trade. His many career highs include helping businesses incorporate new strategies to achieve long-term goals and securing profitable deals for them.
To stay afloat during the pandemic, Canadian businesses have deployed a variety of strategies. While some have altered their internal operations, others have gotten creative about how they manage their customer service.