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2017 U.S. Fashion Industry Benchmarking Study Released

The report can be downloaded from HERE

Key findings of the study:

While the majority of respondents remain confident about the five-year outlook for the U.S. 991 more words

International Trade

Architect's versus Engineer's: Who leads the project?

Architects and engineers are essential members of nearly every construction project.  There are very few projects where you wont need the skill sets from both.  The division of labor between architects and engineers is a well-known and accepted concept, but have you ever considered, who leads the project? 958 more words


Avoiding the scrap heap!

When it comes to complex contracts and negotiations, scrap metal may not be the first thing you think of. But a recent edition of the Canadian ‘Globe & Mail’ tells us otherwise: “Despite the technological developments in the industry, the trust needed to do business effectively requires a face-to-face approach”. 290 more words

Contract / Commercial Management

High Performance Procurement: Getting More Savings to the Bottom Line, Faster

By Bernie Donachie, Managing Director
Supply Chain

Only a low percentage of chief procurement officers and chief finance officers feel that they have “very effective” sourcing, according to the most recent research we conducted among 400 procurement and finance professionals. 578 more words



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Interior Decoration

Tapping the top 3 sources of high-quality candidates

Posted by Robin Erickson and Denise Moulton on July 06, 2017.

Organizations use a variety of sourcing strategies to attract and engage top talent. However, some sources are more effective than others at identifying high-quality candidates. 981 more words

Talent & Learning