The new episode of TradeSplaining (33), the #1 podcadt on trade, supplychains, borders & customs is out. And I am back!
Episode 33 features the latest on the Big Tech front, what the future holds for ESG, China’s exports and more.
TS producer Michelle Olguin Fluckliger also gives her thoughts on the vibe shift happening right under Boomers and Gen X’s noses (Thankfully millenials are safe once again).
””Lars Karlsson – Global Head of Trade & Customs consulting at A.P. Moller – Maersk also joins Robert Skidmore and I once again to talk about yet more changes supply chains, what we should expect… and his favorite Vikings tv show”.
You find the podcast here: https://pod.link/1525615736/episode/7285fa6422533c56fd3d3ced235553bf
I have been a few days in Geneva to meet with institutions and customers.
It is always great to be back in city I have visited and worked in a lot the last decades.
While geeting some rain on the first day the beautiful Geneva showed her best yesterday and today.
Good meetings. I will be back – soon. Then I will also see my many friends here.
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