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World Economic Forum’s Global Risk Report 2018 – A Critical Period of Intensified Risk

Yesterday saw the launch of the World Economic Forum’s Global Risks Report 2018. The Global Risks Report is published every year (now in its 13th edition) and […]

Conflicting Signals from UK Economy – Be Prepared Is The Message

What is happening in the UK economy? There are contradictory indicators, that‘s for sure. Let’s start with CIPS (the Chartered Institute of Procurement and Supply) […]

UK Economic Growth Looks Good – But Procurement Should Prepare for Inflation

Remember the predictions of doom, decline and plagues of cockroaches for the UK economy if we voted to leave the EU? There was more previous-word-eating […]

Down the Procurement Pub with Markit, Real World Procurement and Lisa Hannigan

Quite a difference in social venues over 24 hours this week. I'm writing this on Thursday evening visiting mother near Durham and having had a […]

Oil Price, Swiss Franc, and Greek Elections Bring Economic Uncertainty to Europe – Again

It’s been a tumultuous start to the New Year in terms of the economic situation in Europe. We have seen the oil price dropping by […]