Addressing Deceptive Counterfeiting

Addressing Deceptive Counterfeiting

Let’s be clear; counterfeiting funds both organized crime and terrorists causes. It reduces legitimate jobs while creating slave labour and child labour environments that can be harmful and deadly. It reduces corporate returns on investment in innovation while...

Addressing pharmaceutical counterfeit

Counterfeit medicines are not a new phenomenon with warnings dating back to the 4th century BC. A recent TIME magazine[1] article suggests we have a long journey ahead. It featured a story exposing the societal risks when counterfeit medicines enter the market....
Interoperability in the supply chain

Interoperability in the supply chain

Across industries, trading parties struggle to exchange information as disparate technologies limit their capabilities. The resultant information asymmetries can negatively impact business operations, supply chain transparency efforts, trading partner relationships...

Trust and Transparency in the food chain

A 2016 study by Labelinsight suggests that 94% of consumers want more transparent information about food products. A further 37% would change brands if more information was available, especially digitally. Moreover, the study revealed that 75% of consumers do not...