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Brexit

Advice from Ferrero on Brexit Planning and Supply Chain Risk – SME Preparedness Is Critical!

You may have read our post on Edbury Daley’s workshop at eWorld in March ‘Brexit Contingency Planning at eWorld – Or Lack of It.’ Andrew Daley […]

Passport Procurement Exposes Brexit Divisions – Free Trade or Protectionism?

Let’s give our UK government some credit for their handling of the passport procurement issue.  It would have been easy for ministers to panic when […]

Brexit Contingency Planning at eWorld – Or Lack of It

We attended the Edbury Daley workshop at eWorld Procurement and Supply last week. It was intended to provoke discussion about Brexit, business preparedness, and the […]

Sun, Sea and Unusual Tariff Structures … Brexit Lessons from Barbados

We are delighted to feature this post from James Bousher, Operations Performance Manager at business performance consultancy Ayming. Barbados and Brexit aren't often two words that […]

Increasing UK Retail Prices – When Will the Retailer Blink?

We welcome this opinion piece from Jeremy Smith, Director at European procurement consultancy 4C Associates  on increasing UK retail prices. Sales growth is struggling, in fact a […]

Making Sure the Price Is Right

With inflation on the rise and the fallout from Brexit expected to see costs increase, procurement teams need to consider how to mitigate against price […]

How Supply Chain Professionals and Their Suppliers Can Deal with the Implications of Brexit (Part 2)

Continuing our guest post from Richard Neale, Director of EMEA Marketing, at business intelligence firm Birst, an Infor company. In part 1, I looked at how companies […]

How Supply Chain Professionals and Their Suppliers Can Deal with the Implications of Brexit (Part 1)

We are delighted to welcome this post from Richard Neale, Director of EMEA Marketing, at business intelligence firm Birst, an Infor company. The Brexit vote took […]