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The Week of January 23rd:10 things eft’s been reading

Jan 26, 2017
From Fred Smith on Trump to more FMCG going green.

The Week of January 16th:10 things eft’s been reading

Jan 20, 2017
From BlaBlaCar to 5 trends to expect in retail in 2017 – and a hefty dose of driverless vehicles.

New JDA/Centiro Study Reveals That Retailers Are Losing Nearly 20 Per Cent of Their Online Christmas Customers to Rivals Due to Stock Unavailability and Delivery Time Constraints

Jan 16, 2017
Increasingly savvy Christmas shoppers will quickly take their custom elsewhere if their expectations aren’t met

The Week of January 9th:10 things eft’s been reading

Jan 12, 2017
2017 – the year of the self-driving car? Trump’s next supply chain target. The difference in retail experiences around the world.

The Week of December 19th:10 things eft’s been reading

Dec 19, 2016
As always, we aim to get some things in front of you that you might have missed or not have otherwise seen. This week some particularly interesting pieces. Do you know where the shipping container originated from? Who isn’t involved in autonomous? Will jobs return even though they’re now done by robots?

The Week of December 5th:10 things eft’s been reading

Dec 7, 2016
This week continues to predict the future under the next president and explores Zara’s fast-fashion leadership and incredible supply chain.

The Week of November 28th: 10 things eft’s been reading

Dec 1, 2016
Amazon had a big week – not just on the bottom line, but in terms of new ideas they’ve rolled out. Some great reading for you!

The Week of November 21st: 10 things eft’s been reading

Nov 24, 2016
This week we read about Black Friday, Amazon, Target’s fulfilment strategy – blah blah blah basically eCommerce. It’s big, as you might have heard, and some very interesting developments happened in the industry segment this week.

A Quick Glance Into The Logistics Market - November 2016

Nov 24, 2016
Georgia Logistics compiles a monthly set of facts and figures regarding the Logistics Markets. We selected a few facts to share with you :-

Order to Cash: Maintaining Control in a Customer-Centric Supply Chain

Nov 21, 2016
Technology has given customers unprecedented access into the businesses they engage with. Consequently, the businesses-customer relationship is shifting which is changing the traditional nature of such processes as order to cash. What can your business do to maintain control in this shifting environment?

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