We can all agree: Knowledge is power. Whether it’s in life, business or even trade and customs management. But what if that knowledge is stored in one person’s head and one day it decides to follow its dream and open a scuba diving school in the Maldives? It may have a negative effect on your day-to-day customs management and, if the competence is used for business planning, its disappearance may damage the prospects for your business as a whole.

Do you have the necessary trade and customs knowledge in your company? Read the full article

 

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