Protecting global supply chains from geopolitical risk

Global political events can impact world trade and supply chains in particular, so coping strategies are essential to limit disruption and maintain production

Who will be the winner of the fourth industrial revolution?

birds eye view of cars lined up

Each industrial revolution produced a significant reordering of manufacturing nations. As the world embarks on what many predict will be its fourth, which countries will be the main beneficiaries and how will global economic dynamics shift?

What cloud computing is doing for emerging markets

Software development is starting up in countries previously unassociated with information technology, providing an opportunity for economic growth in emerging markets

Business babble: the power of translation apps

As an increasing number of smaller companies enter the foreign market to assert their presence worldwide, the need to overcome language barriers is higher than ever

Three mistakes companies make when entering global markets

Taking a company global can be both exciting and profitable, but it is not without its pitfalls

Your supply chain is your future…

We need the very best business leaders running supply chain operations, says logistics expert Steve Agg

Make money, not war

Switzerland, crowned the world’s most innovative country, maintains a centuries-old tradition of building on brainpower, as Eric Johnson reports

Free trade and independence

British-Swiss Chamber of Commerce president Alexis P. Lautenberg considers Switzerland’s trading relationship with the UK, the rest of Europe and beyond