GTPA was delighted to host a roundtable session at the #AOM2019 conference in Boston on Emerging sustainability standards – How SCM scholars can get involved

The informal café session was moderated by Dayna Simpson from Monash University and we were joined by Anne Quarshie from LUT University of Technology (Finland) and Zhaohui Wu from Oregon State University as part of the 79th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management to host a session on Emerging sustainability standards - How SCM... Continue Reading →

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Introducing the Seven Summits Trade Challenge for global trade and supply chain professionals

The GTPA is delighted to announce that it will be hosting a formal session as part of the 79th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management to discuss the development of the Seven Summits Trade Challenge to be formally launched later this year. To succeed in today’s competitive business environment, exceptional individuals must rise out... Continue Reading →

Engagement Opportunity: GTPA Inclusive Trade White Paper

The Global Trade Professionals Alliance is developing an Inclusive Trade White Paper that will produce practical recommendations on how capacity building and standard setting can facilitate a more inclusive international trading ecosystem. Inclusive trade refers to the principle that all levels of society should gain from increased trade. It promotes the inclusion of groups that... Continue Reading →

Trade wars and global supply chains

We are in a trade war and it is here to stay Opinion by: Niels Strazdins, Head of Global Trade Policy - Global Trade Professionals Alliance The United States is the top destination market for Chinese merchandise exports. Soon virtually all Chinese goods imported into the US will be subject to tariffs, with profound knock-on... Continue Reading →

Women who rock international trade

As part of the 2019 WTO Aid for Trade Global Review in Geneva from the 3-5 July the GTPA and the EIF are delighted to host a session on building gender based policy to drive and facilitate global trade in LDCs. SMEs are the backbone of most economies and women business owners are also crucial... Continue Reading →

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