For many of us, this single year has felt like an entire decade.
Even though much of the world began to regain (albeit shakily) its footing, we all continue to experience the lasting, and compounding affects of the pandemic. Decidedly, we have pushed on in an effort to keep the world moving—together—at a time when we have never been more interdependent.
There is much to worry about. There is much to celebrate. There are still many unknowns.
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Many were surprised when fintech darling Greensill Capital suddenly collapsed earlier this year.
Buoyed by capital from leading global investors, the company was widely understood to be transforming and revolutionizing the business of supply chain finance with new technology and methods. Beyond the implosion however, the incident teaches several important lessons about risk and fintech.
Carroll Communications—recently awarded a new Department of VA contract in Texas (for the Installation of new Access Control/Physical Security Card Readers)—has been using The FHR Network and their own Financial Health Rating to advance those partnerships across the globe.
The world’s supply chain has never been more interdependent as it is today. And as a global pandemic continues to redefine modern commerce, one thing is certain—to have stronger suppliers, we need stronger relationships with suppliers.