Reading Time: 2 minutes Trust is the most important element in Freight Forwarding. With multiple organisations and dozens of people involved in the movement of goods from one part of the world to another, trust is needed to ensure a smooth transport. And yet, as an industry, there is very little trust inherent between the players. Instead, a huge amount of paperwork is required to maintain those relationships.
Reading Time: < 1 minute On the EOS podcast this week we have Steve Grasso who has worked on the New York Stock Exchange and on behalf of some of the largest funds in the world. He is one of the leading gurus in the financial sector, enjoying broad popularity thanks to his regular appearances […]
Reading Time: 2 minutes TV star and Love Island celebrity Calum Best will be joined by some of the UK’s best known celebrities as he heads to the home of the Shamrock Rovers football in Dublin , in another CoinBurp-sponsored charity match.
Reading Time: < 1 minute FACT from Europechain. is of the new generation of business compliance management platforms which gives cryptographic proof of a task or a fact. In doing so FACT will revolutionise the way compliance is achieved
Reading Time: 2 minutes JET8, the world’s first tokenised peer-to-peer social engagement platform for brands, agencies, communities, and influencers, has added another big name partner. This time Nigerian football pundit Emeka Enyadike, has partnered to launch a social commerce football app.
Reading Time: 2 minutes A “Freight Forwarder” may be defined as a multi-function agent/operator who undertakes to handle the movement of goods from point to point on behalf of the cargo owner. However, that is about as complete a definition as saying a chair is a four-legged piece of furniture for sitting upon.
Reading Time: 3 minutes Originally the European Economic Community was just that – a community that enabled the easy trade between the member states set up in 1957 by the Treaty of Rome. Given that Europe is a fairly small area geographically with multiple land borders, it made sense to simplify the business of doing business with neighbours. Over time it has expanded its jurisdiction considerably with common laws, common currency and even the talk of a common army. There is also a national anthem for the European Union (as it became in 1993) and which, this year, at the start of the new Parliament Session, the Brexiter Candidates from the UK refused to honour, preferring instead to turn their backs stating that the EU was a collation of nations, not a nation-state in its own right.
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