Anne Taylor
Anne Taylor
June 4, 2014
The Effectiveness of Stock Throughput Policies
Transportation companies would surely like to have a tool to keep them competitive by reducing their costs in order to win bids for moving stock or manufacturing stock and merchandise?
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May 28, 2014
Joint Venture Risks – A Marriage of a Different Kind (Part I)
Joint ventures have been around for some time. However their popularity as a business structure seems to be increasing.
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Blog BFL Canada
Martine Douce
May 14, 2014
Exporting to Europe: What Are the Rules in Terms of Payment Deadlines?
On October 18 2013, after 4 years of negotiations, Canada and the European Union finally laid down the terms for a free trade agreement.
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Rick Adam
Rick Adam
May 7, 2014
But We’re Up to Code…. Aren’t We?
Among the clients I work with, the issue of codes is a common dilemma.
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Sacha Vaillancourt
Sacha Vaillancourt
April 30, 2014
High Performance Athletes’ Influence on Youth
After the 2012 London Olympics, my son, who was 5 years old at the time, started getting interested in diving.
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Blog BFL Canada
Martine Douce
April 16, 2014
Berne Union: the Best Credit Insurance Benchmarking Tool
When assessing your company’s credit insurance situation, it is important to be able to refer to a neutral information source, devoid of any affiliation with insurers and/or reinsurers.
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Blog BFL Canada
Michael Yip
April 2, 2014
The Great Debate: Should a Private Company Consider ERM?
There is a common misconception that I wish to address which is that privately held companies of limited value have no need for any Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) initiative. Do you believe this to be true?
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