Las aplicaciones de la tecnología de la cadena de bloques o “blockchain” en la cadena de suministro y en el comercio internacional tienen el potencial de mejorar la velocidad, la transparencia y los costes en transacciones de topo tipo de manera espectacular y al mismo tiempo de aportar información precisa en tiempo real sobre el estado y la situación de los bienes y los inventarios a lo largo de la cadena de suministro.

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I was delighted to interview Hugh Kelly, Managing Director of Marketing Associates, on Dublin South FM’s Breakthrough Brands. Hugh Kelly is a veritable expert on what it takes to successfully break into overseas markets.

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Blockchain technology applications in supply chain and international trade have the potential to spectacularly improve the speed, transparency and costs of all types of transactions as well as to provide real-time information on the status of assets and inventories across the whole supply chain.

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If you are convinced that internationalization is an effective way to grow your business and that you need to start exporting or to diversify your current exporting activity, the next question is: where to? Over recent years, Irish SMEs have learned that the Irish market alone is not enough to support a long-term growth strategy of any scale and given the uncertainty around Brexit and its aftermath, the time has now come to look further afield.

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It’s clear that the growth of international trade over the past decades has helped improved the global economy and has created more opportunities many developing countries. In order to sustain this trend, logistics hubs that facilitate the manufacturing and distribution of goods have been established in virtually every country around the world.

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Political, economic, and environmental issues continue to plague and undermine the performance of international trade these days. But at the same time, new technological advancements have opened up a wealth of opportunities for businesses around the world to participate in international trade seamlessly and effectively.

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The Christmas season has now well and truly begun and there are fewer than thirty days to go to the start of 2018. For some of you, particularly those in the consumer goods business, this is an extremely busy time at work, the busiest of the year perhaps. For others, this will be a time of busy activity on the personal front preparing for the upcoming holidays and commitments with family and friends. For all of us, it is a time when it can be difficult to look beyond the present moment.

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Recently, a very good client said something to me that made me stop and think. She said that now that the economy is recovering strongly she feels that she is a worse manager than she was during the recession. Now I have been working with her for a number of years on several different projects and I know that she is now and was before a very fine manager indeed, but I do get what she was trying to say.

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The role of export diversification in the economy of developing countries has received considerable attention in development literature over the last 50 years.

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Managing a business project- regardless of its size and nature – can be quite challenging in the real world. According to a 2016 report from the Project Management Institute, “Pulse of the Profession: The High Cost of Low Performance,” only 62% of projects meet their goals and business intent – a trend which has been dropping since 2008 – and 16% fail outright.

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