Eskew, Michael L.
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UPS in Canada. Some statistics. An event from two months ago and its effects. The power of synchronization. Synchronizing commerce and what that means. A real-life example. Obstacles in our path. The need for multilateral economic strategies to keep commerce synchronized and moving forward. Four trends that we need to think about as we develop ideas to keep the area attractive for business and positioned for a world of synchronized commerce. A discussion of each trend. Some concluding remarks.