The who’s who of the international trade and import/export industries packed the Hilton Lac Leamy for FITT’s 2017 international business conference, “Your Future in Global Markets” and ICECORP had a front row seat to all of the action that took place throughout the 3-day conference. The conference was jam packed with inspiring keynote presentations, interactive workshops and great discussions, along with some really good networking mixed throughout. It was the absolute best place to be for building your international trade expertise, learning about what to do today and preparing your business for the future.
Good day! With the recent devastating and destructive aftermath of hurricane Harvey and Irma, it has made a lot of us reflect on how prepared we really are for the next big natural disaster. Natural disasters can wreak a lot of havoc on the business and finances of your supply chain if you do not have a clear and effective plan in place.
ICECORP is excited to share Episode 47 of the "2 Babes Talk Supply Chain" Podcast!
Want to know how to start planning for 2025 today? This podcast has got you covered! In Episode 47, the 2 Babes were joined by Steven Hainey, International Guest Speaker and Director of Supply Chain - Applied Materials with Newell Brands. Steven takes the 2 Babes through the process of integrated business planning for businesses today and how they can make decisions and anticipate changes that will help them in the future.
It was a few weeks ago on May 12th when the WannaCry Ransomware attack affected hundreds of thousands of computers in 150 countries and by far the hardest hit in the attach was UK’s National Health Service. Businesses are starting to reevaluate their cyber security measures and for organizations in the supply chain industry, there’s too much at stake to simply delete your browsing history and restart your computer.
Corporate Responsibility is the VOLUNTARY activities of a company to ‘operate in an economic, social and environmentally sustainable manner’. Essentially the age-old saying of ‘giving back to your community’ has never changed, it is simply changing how businesses are able to use it to their benefit as well as the community.