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McKinsey Outlines Actual Progress in the Digitization of Sourcing

It’s often easier to count the strife sourcing faces than it is to outline the bright spots, and though opportunity is on the horizon, McKinsey and Company says the gap between where the industry is and where it should be, is still quite a wide one.

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Colombia Celebrates its 25th Year of the Business Matchmaking Forum

Colombia's upcoming Business Matchmaking Forum is designed to make it easy for buyers interested in the country's duty-free status and quick turn capabilities to quickly discover compatible resources.

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Top 7: The Stories Making News Around the Web

Stories from around the web showcase how the Olympics proves to be a testing ground for new tech, the cost of reverse logistics catches up with LL Bean and e-commerce giants flex their might—for Amazon that means pressuring Whole Foods suppliers while Alibaba’s Tmall supports speed to market and sales.

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NRF Predicts ‘Robust’ Retail Sales in 2018

Using the stronger-than-expected holiday performance as one indicator, the National Retail Federation today announced a positive outlook for 2018 retail sales.

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Inditex May be Set to Double its Imports from Pakistan

In a move that diverts from Inditex Group’s generally close-to-Spain supply chain, the parent company of Zara has opened a buying house in Pakistan.

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