The Gartner hype cycle serves as a tool to help decision makers and investors gauge the actual current state of a technology in a given domain, separating its real-world utility from its surrounding hype and disillusionment. The cycle was first introduced in 1995 and has since served as an accurate representation of the typical progression of an emerging technology.
With numerous bodies and organisations speculating, pre-selling courses and providing information on fake incoterms, TFG gets behind incoterms 2020, why there are rumours, what’s fake, and what’s true.
A Bill of Lading (abbreviated to B/L) is one of the most important documents in the global trade transactions. A B/L has 3 basic purposes or roles: Evidence of Contract of Carriage… read more →
A possible No Deal Brexit will have a profound impact on any importers, exporters, traders or producers that trade between the UK and the EU. This includes corporates with large… read more →
A judgment handed down by the English Commercial Court in 2018 illustrates how trade finance banks can find themselves facing unexpected risks when things go wrong in their customers’ trading… read more →
Many carriers have implemented what is called an “emergency bunker surcharge” to help them cover the cost of rising fuel prices. In this post we explore what these charges are and why carriers are using them.
Shawn Chow Wins TFG Accelerate Scholarship For International Trade London, UK — Shawn Chow, an Economics undergraduate at the University of Warwick, is the winner and recipient of the 2018… read more →
Shipping has been an important activity throughout history, particularly when prosperity depended primarily on international and interregional trade. In fact, transportation has been called one of the four cornerstones of… read more →
DAP (Delivered at Place) is one of the most popular Incoterms used in Europe, it is also one of the most popular used for e-commerce. Learn how to use it… read more →