GTR MENA 2021 Dubai

GTR MENA 2021 Dubai

15.09.2021 Global Trade Review

Following on from the virtual event held in February and as part of its combined hybrid offering for 2021, Global Trade Review is delighted to be returning to Dubai for GTR MENA 2021 on September 22 for a special in-person event, taking place at the Jumeirah Emirates Towers.

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Festival of Inclusive Trade back in 2021

Festival of Inclusive Trade back in 2021

06.09.2021 Collins Rex

The Festival of Inclusive Trade is an initiative of the Global Trade Professionals Alliance and is being held online over two weeks, from 18 October 2021; all events are free to attend.

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MarketsandMarkets 3rd Annual Industry 4.0: Cybersecurity & IIOT

MarketsandMarkets 3rd Annual Industry 4.0: Cybersecurity & IIOT

03.08.2021 MarketsandMarkets

Technological innovation influences mission-critical applications in business processes and the manufacturing and technology companies that take the risk and are early adopters of new technology will be rewarded for their progressive decision-making. Since, digitization helps to ensure product quality and safety, as well as faster service delivery, it ensures to go a long way with customers. This has made the IoT adaptation the need of hour!

Due to the pandemic most of the organizations are working remotely, IoT & cybersecurity has turned out to be an enabler to sustain and improve consistency. We at MarketsandMarkets are putting together a virtual platform, to deliver the key industry attributes in form user-based case studies for and from the tech world on 23rd & 24th September 2021.

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India's Economic Reforms and Implications for Australia

India's Economic Reforms and Implications for Australia

05.07.2021 Institute for International Trade

The Institute for International Trade (IIT) in partnership with the Institute of South Asian Studies (ISAS), National University of Singapore, the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII), and The Australian Industry Group(Ai Group®), invite you to join leading experts for an interactive webinar on India’s economic reforms and implications for Australia. Narendra Modi’s federal government continues to drive a program of radical economic reforms during its current second term of government. From agriculture liberalization and labour market reforms to state-sector privatization, reforms underway have implications that extend outward to India’s trading partners.

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Human Capital at the centre of Customs’ Strategies in a Post-COVID world

Human Capital at the centre of Customs’ Strategies in a Post-COVID world

30.06.2021 World Customs Organization

The current situation caused by the COVID-19 pandemic has profoundly changed the reality of every person around the world. Globally, people and organizations have experienced the shock of lockdown and the fear of not knowing what will happen from one day to the next.

Customs administrations worldwide have not been spared by the COVID-19 crisis. In order to determine the priorities of Customs administrations in the World Customs Organization (WCO) West and Central Africa (WCA) region in terms of capacity building during the COVID-19 crisis, the Regional Office for Capacity Building (ROCB) for the WCA region, with the support of the Investment Climate Reform (ICR) Facility, conducted a study in the third quarter of 2020 Among other things, this study concluded that there was a need to hold a series of webinars on topics deemed a priority by Customs administrations in the WCA region, including human resource management (HRM) in times of crisis.

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Stakeholder Perspectives on the Australia-United Kingdom Free Trade Agreement: Services, Innovation and our Shared Digital Future

Stakeholder Perspectives on the Australia-United Kingdom Free Trade Agreement: Services, Innovation and our Shared Digital Future

16.06.2021 Institute for International Trade

Australia and the United Kingdom launched negotiations for a free trade agreement (FTA) on 17 June 2020. Both sides committed to an ambitious and comprehensive agreement that covers services, investment and digital trade. With an agreement-in-principle now in place, the focus turns to how to maximise the benefits of the agreement and the future of Australia-UK services trade.

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GTR East Africa 2021 Virtual

GTR East Africa 2021 Virtual

06.05.2021 Global Trade Review

Following the success of the inaugural virtual event in October 2020, GTR East Africa will return once again in digital form for 2021, taking place on May 12-13, 2021.

Utilising GTR’s bespoke virtual event platform, this online gathering promises expansive networking and a comprehensive programme of live and on-demand content, welcoming the leading practitioners in trade, agribusiness, supply chain and commodity finance.

Join industry experts from across the region to explore the latest developments, strategies and solutions employed to drive East Africa’s covid response, trade growth, and economic recovery.

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GTR West Africa

GTR West Africa

01.03.2021 Global Trade Review

GTR West Africa will return in 2021 virtually, providing an extended digital offering as the region’s leading event for trade discussion and networking on March 24-25.

Utilising GTR’s market leading virtual event platform, this online gathering promises a comprehensive programme of live debate, discussion and engagement, welcoming the region’s leading practitioners in trade, export and commodity finance to explore the latest developments, strategies and solutions employed to drive growth.

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State of World Trade

State of World Trade

22.02.2021 Lisa McAuley

Lisa McAuley, CEO of the GTPA is looking forward to participating in the upcoming Horasis Extraordinary Meeting on March 18th. As part of the meeting she will be joining other leading experts to discuss the State of World Trade.

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VIRTUAL BRIEFING: THE TREATMENT OF INNOVATION IN THE AUSTRALIA-UK FTA

VIRTUAL BRIEFING: THE TREATMENT OF INNOVATION IN THE AUSTRALIA-UK FTA

08.02.2021 Institute for International Trade

Date:Fri, 12 Feb 2021, 8:30 am - 10:00 am

Australia and the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (UK) launched negotiations for a free trade agreement (FTA) on 17 June 2020. An FTA with Australia is part of delivering the UK government’s top strategic trade priority of using their voice as a new independent trading nation to champion free trade, fight protectionism and remove barriers at every opportunity.

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Asia Trade Week

Asia Trade Week

05.02.2021 The Economist Events

Covid-19 has hit trade hard. Trade was growing at roughly twice the rate of global GDP but the shock to supply and demand has massively disrupted global value chains and further exposed the vulnerabilities of the international trade system.

Throughout the week of February 22nd 2021, a global audience and world-class speakers will take stock of what happened in 2020, virtually and in-person. What is the outlook for Asian trade in the next 5-10 years - should companies rethink manufacturing bases, supply chains and customer focus? How do unforeseen events such as covid-19 affect global value chains? What will be the impact of economic, political and environmental issues?

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GTR MENA 2021 Virtual

GTR MENA 2021 Virtual

05.02.2021 Global Trade Review

GTR MENA will return in 2021 as a hybrid event, offering an extended offering as the region’s leading gathering for networking and knowledge sharing, with a virtual event on February 15-17 and a physical event on September 22.

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ONLINE FESTIVAL OF INCLUSIVE TRADE LAUNCHED

ONLINE FESTIVAL OF INCLUSIVE TRADE LAUNCHED

12.10.2020 Collins Rex

The Global Trade Professionals Alliance (GTPA) is proud to announce the launch of our inaugural Festival of Inclusive Trade! What started out as the drafting of a white paper focussed on the issues faced by marginalised groups when engaging in international trade, has evolved into an online celebration of all things inclusive trade. Featuring over 80 world-class business and art events, the Festival runs for two weeks from 19 October.

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Can digital trade agreements spur the next round of growth?

Can digital trade agreements spur the next round of growth?

10.09.2020 Peterson Institute for International Economics

Amid lockdowns and other containment measures, digital technologies have kept trade flowing. The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated the adoption and use of these new technologies, but digital protectionism risks fragmenting markets and limited the benefits of electronic commerce. To promote greater trade cooperation in this area, Singapore has started leading the negotiation of digital trade agreements.

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GTR Commodities 2020

GTR Commodities 2020

10.09.2020 Global Trade Review

Global Trade Review (GTR) is delighted to confirm that in line with current restrictions and concerns over the holding of physical events, GTR Commodities 2020 will be taking place virtually on September 15-16.

This exciting new initiative will combine a mixture of live-streamed and pre-recorded content and unrivalled networking via GTR’s dedicated virtual event platform, providing a comprehensive overview of the global commodities sector – from oil and gas, to metals, mining and agribusiness – as well as key financing trends.

Please join us in transitioning to this exciting new model, offering participants to benefit from critical market insights and idea-sharing, along with plentiful opportunities to network and connect to the wider community at a time of great uncertainty.

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GTR East Africa 2020 Virtual

GTR East Africa 2020 Virtual

07.09.2020 Global Trade Review

WHAT IS THE EVENT ABOUT?

BUILDING ECONOMIC RESILIANCE WITH TRADE

Global Trade Review (GTR) is delighted to announce that in line with current restrictions and concerns over travel and the holding of physical gatherings, GTR East Africa 2020 will take place virtually on October 1-2.

Once again welcoming support from a host of leading trade finance players alongside key supranational and industry bodies, this exciting event will utilise GTR’s bespoke virtual platform to deliver a comprehensive range of live-streamed and pre-recorded content and unrivalled networking opportunities, focusing on key trade sectors from commodities and agribusiness, to the development of local value-add industry and achieving digital innovation.

As we continue over a decade of market-leading gatherings, don’t miss your chance to participate in this beginning of an exciting new era for GTR East Africa; promising the high quality content and networking you have come to expect, delivered via specialist virtual technology platform for an optimal attendee experience.

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Fulfilment and Logistics

Fulfilment and Logistics

21.08.2020 Collins Rex

To simplify global logistics, you need to have both a reliable supply-chain and, if you manufacture your own products, a sound manufacturing strategy.

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GTPA will present a series of eCommerce webinars helping you build and grow a successful business

GTPA will present a series of eCommerce webinars helping you build and grow a successful business

21.08.2020 Collins Rex

In 2019, retail eCommerce sales worldwide amounted to US$3.53 trillion (Statista) and these revenues are projected to grow to US$6.54 trillion US dollars in 2022.

Selling online through eCommerce gives access to a world of new customers without many of the challenges, risks and expenses of establishing a physical presence in a new market.And for many businesses, eCommerce has presented a lifeline during the COVID-19 pandemic, with bricks and mortar operations facing enormous challenges.

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Risk management

Risk management

21.08.2020 Collins Rex

Selling online – just as any business operation – comes with risks. The more you know, the more you can mitigate these risks.

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China commences anti-dumping investigation against Australian wine

China commences anti-dumping investigation against Australian wine

20.08.2020 Russell Weise

What is dumping and what do wine exporters need to do now?

The announcement that China has commence an anti-dumping investigation into Australia wine has come as a surprise many. Dumping is associated with unfair tactics and selling goods at a loss. This isn't what is associated with the Australian wine industry. However, the industry is in for a nasty shock – you can be found to be dumping even when acting ethically and selling at a profit.

It is easy to argue that the investigation is politically motivated. However, it is important to keep in mind that this week Canada commenced a dumping investigation against Australian gluten. Further, since the start of this year, Australian has commenced five anti-dumping investigations against Chinese products. Australian wine exporters need to focus on how to get the best outcome from the investigation, rather than question the motives of the Chinese government.

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How to build resilient global supply chains as a result of COVID-19? Enabling and supporting businesses

How to build resilient global supply chains as a result of COVID-19? Enabling and supporting businesses

20.08.2020 Lisa McAuley

Around the world, businesses are experiencing both distress and cautious optimism as they grapple with the effects of COVID-19. While thousands of them, particularly micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs), have had to close, many others continue to engage in global value chains (GVCs), or supply chains more broadly. While some parts of the manufacturing and services sectors, like the automotive and hospitality industries, have been severely affected, other sectors such as medical devices and telecommunications have seen demand grow exponentially.

The way large businesses and MSMEs are experiencing disruptions also differs greatly, and within MSMEs themselves, the reality has been different for women-led businesses and MSMEs in small and developing economies. The current crisis, thus, offers opportunities to business and hopes for the future of global trade, but at the same time will require the largest business rescue and support programmes of the past century.

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Remote working, data & privacy in times of crisis

Remote working, data & privacy in times of crisis

20.08.2020 Lisa McAuley

In the past few months, we’ve all added a string of new acronyms and terms to our business vocabulary. WFH (work from home), BYOD (bring your own device), and FoW (future of work) have entered into everyday usage, while “asynchronous/synchronous communication”, “distributed team/work”, “cloud work”, and others, are gaining mainstream traction.

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Building Resilient Supply Chains in APEC and Facilitating GVCs

Building Resilient Supply Chains in APEC and Facilitating GVCs

14.08.2020 Lisa McAuley

Today, more than two-thirds of world trade occurs through global value chains (GVCs). With the world economy facing multiple disruptions, including slow economic growth, natural disasters, and more recently the COVID-19 pandemic, GVCs, and supply chains more broadly, are transforming rapidly, even more now than at the beginning of 2020. While past decades fostered an expansion and enlargement of GVCs, more recently some have also shortened and become more localised, a trend which is likely to increase in the coming years as large and small businesses reconfigure their operations due to the pandemic and the eager adoption of digital technologies.

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Crisis recovery strategies for small business

Crisis recovery strategies for small business

14.08.2020 Tristram Travers

Please join the GTPA and our partners for the next business health check event on Crisis recovery strategies for small business. This session will explore, among a few topics, how to manage your way out of a crisis or disaster as well as planning and managing supply chain in a crisis.

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The “German” debate on supply chain ethics: Assessing the role for businesses in human rights enforcement

The “German” debate on supply chain ethics: Assessing the role for businesses in human rights enforcement

07.08.2020 Institute for International Trade

International supply chains have become a topic of fierce debate in Germany over the past weeks, and perhaps surprisingly not for pandemic-related issues. Proposed new laws requiring due diligence by firms to prevent human rights violations in their supply chains sparked controversy over the degree of responsibility firms can realistically be expected to bear, and how they may enforce this obligation. This “German” debate has relevance beyond the country’s borders, as developed country multinational corporations in particular are under increasing pressure to enhance their corporate social responsibility.

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