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Wuhan’s Butterfly Effect on Supply Chains

Art Koch’s Profit Chain® Tips
Wuhan’s Butterfly Effect on Supply Chains
Volume 4 | Number 8 | August 2021

It’s quickly approaching two years, November 2019, when the COVID-19 was circulating in the area of Wuhan, China infecting the first cluster of humans. Since the first reported outbreak of COVID-19, a lot has happed around the world. However, that first cough or sneeze is likely the cause of the current global supply chain disruptions.

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The Jiggy Jaguar Podcast

I was interviewed for The Jiggy Jaguar podcast discussing Inflation – Is It Transitory or a Longer Term Challenge? 

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Market Report: Delta Variant’s Impact on Global Economic Recovery

Art Koch’s Profit Chain® Market Report
Volume 1 | Number 2 | August 2021

When the Delta variant became the dominant strain of Covid-19 in India and the U.K. earlier this year, Americans had little idea what future impacts would be to the continental U.S. in the coming months.

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Wuhan’s Butterfly Effect on Supply Chains

Art Koch’s Profit Chain® Tips
Wuhan’s Butterfly Effect on Supply Chains
Volume 4 | Number 8 | August 2021

It’s quickly approaching two years, November 2019, when the COVID-19 was circulating in the area of Wuhan, China infecting the first cluster of humans. Since the first reported outbreak of COVID-19, a lot has happed around the world. However, that first cough or sneeze is likely the cause of the current global supply chain disruptions.

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Art Koch’s Profit Chain® Market Report – The Delta Variant’s Impact on Global Economic Recovery

By the spring of this year, Americans were optimistic about returning to everyday life after more than a year of shutdowns from the Covid-19 pandemic. Instead, the Covid-19 virus threw us a curve mutating into a more virulent but less deadly Delta variant.

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Avoiding Supply Chain Disruptions

Art Koch’s Profit Chain® Series
Volume 4 | Number 7 | August 2021

A colleague recently joined a new company as their CEO. During the first few weeks on the job and working through the due diligence of the current situation, there was a quick realization of the current state of disruptions engulfing their worldwide supply chains and the potential impact on current profits.

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The Frankie Boyer Show: Are Higher Prices Here to Stay?

Frankie Boyer interviewed me on her show recently on the topic of inflation. We find it everywhere: in the price of our streaming subscriptions, at the grocery store, the gas pump, securities asset prices, building materials, real estate values, the cost of used vehicles, and the cost of university education, just to name a few. The big question for 2021 is, will inflation be a temporary condition, or are we looking at higher prices for the longer term?

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Battling Inflation in the Supply Chain

Recently I participated in a panel discussion on Patrick Daly’s Interlinks Podcast where we discussed the rise in the cost of transport of containerised freight from Asia to Europe and North America, chip shortages in the automotive industry and commodity shortages for materials such as timber, glass, and construction materials.

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Avoiding Supply Chain Disruptions

A colleague recently joined a new company as their CEO. During the first few weeks on the job and working through the due diligence of the current situation, there was a quick realization of the current state of disruptions engulfing their worldwide supply chains and the potential impact on current profits. https://youtu.be/QkuSqqR5Mmw

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Art Koch’s Profit Chain® Market Report – Inflation: Is it Transitory or a Longer-Term Challenge?

I’m excited to announce a welcome addition to my monthly newsletter family. This month we are introducing Art Koch’s Profit Chain® Market Report (MR). The MR will be presented in a monthly format in conjunction with Deborah Brown, CEO of DDB Advisory Services. This is an opportunity to combine the financial background of Deb and

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