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Manufacturing & Distribution

3 point to-do list every manufacturing leader must tackle quickly in 2022

Retaining the best people, rebuilding broken supply chains and implementing smart technology are the key challenges facing CEOs

Media

$340bn worth of technology adds a scientific edge to the art of marketing

AI and data analysis are as important to success of a big brand’s awareness raising as a smart slogan

ESG

Business is running faster than politicians to find solutions to carbon emissions

Moore’s Kris Russell considers the lessons learned from aviation that apply across the board?

Energy, Mining & Renewables

It is not easy going green, so let’s focus on practical steps rather than arbitrary targets

David Tomasi says practical steps we can take to reduce carbon emissions are too easily dismissed

Maritime

Shipping industry called to account on green credentials

Costas Constantinou says viability of the global supply chain rests on maritime sector’s ability to meet new sustainability challenges

Global Business

What should the West do now in Afghanistan?

Anton Colella, CEO of Moore Global, believes pragmatism on both sides could deliver a post-war boom.

Democratising property investment

Tokenisation will make real estate investment easier, cheaper and more efficient

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AUTOMOTIVE

Stick or Twist

Electric vehicles are disrupting the delicate ecosystem of automotive component manufacturers, they must think carefully about their next move

Energy, Mining and Renewables

The Inconvenient Truth About Sustainability

There are crucial gaps in the technology we need to combat global warming: practical alternatives are vital

MEDIA

Tear up the script

The advertising industry has reinvented itself to meet Covid filming restrictions. Technology has replaced a lot of human talent and a boom year is on the horizon.

Manufacturing and Distribution

The Big Pivot

Manufacturers and distributors who made a Big Pivot to embrace technology and reshape supply chains after Covid hit have seen revenue, profits and productivity rise.

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Disillusioned staff, broken supply chains and inadequate technology threaten to hold manufacturers back in 2022

Businesses across the world are being buffeted by a new industrial revolution but this one feels very different to what’s gone before. Where previous revolutions were technology-led, this time around change is also being driven by people radically reappraising their roles in the workplace.

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Big agencies and start-ups are scrambling to develop data-driven marketing technology

Not so long ago marketing was all about the Mad Men of Madison Avenue; Don Draper slugging back three whiskies before 10am then making a barnstorming pitch to out-of-town bosses who were in awe of his talent to spin a killer catchphrase.

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Business is running faster than politicians to find solutions to carbon emissions

ESG expert Kris Russell was recently honoured at the COP26 conference on climate change for the achievements of the team he led at Dallas Fort Worth, making it the biggest airport in the world to become carbon neutral.

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It is not easy going green, so let’s focus on practical steps rather than arbitrary targets

There is a serious risk that COP26 will create unrealistic expectations about what is possible on the road to net zero carbon emissions, while ignoring the real-world progress we are making towards a more sustainable economic future.

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Shipping industry called to account on green credentials

Pressure is growing on shipping companies to accelerate efforts to become cleaner and greener, with tougher decarbonisation targets announced recently. For an industry responsible for almost 3% of the world’s carbon emissions, it’s a tough ask.

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What should the West do now in Afghanistan?

Anton Colella, CEO of Moore Global, believes pragmatism on both sides could deliver a post-war boom

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Democratising property investment

A digital real estate revolution is spreading across the world as property specialists increasingly ‘tokenise’ assets to improve liquidity in the world’s most valuable asset class.

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The future of property: Beds, Meds and Sheds

Real estate investment has bounced back strongly as the world comes to terms with Covid, with exciting new asset classes and so-called “secondary” locations on investors’ radar for the first time. At the same time, many traditional bricks and mortar investments may never again deliver the returns property funds once relied on.

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Taking a hammer to the glass ceiling

Women are badly under-represented in the property sector. A recent benchmark study showed only 9% of CEOs in commercial real estate were women, while there was a 55% gap in bonuses and commission between males and females. 

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International Corporate Income Tax Brief

Welcome to the first issue of the International Corporate Income Tax Brief (ICIT), produced by Moore Global’s ICIT Group in order to highlight tax news of wider interest from selected countries. Our intention is to bring you this brief on a regular basis to keep clients up-to-date with relevant tax news.

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