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CommsLife: The Future of Travel

Hear more in this episode of CommsLife with Stephanie Waties, senior director and Licy Do Canto, managing director of APCO’s headquarters in Washington...
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Fostering Connection Through Leadership in 2022

Travel and connection drive our success and we are excited to see them return—even if what that may look like is evolving...
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On the Move: The Future of Business Travel

As circumstances continue to evolve around the pandemic, so does the way we move, interact, and do business, especially in Washington. ..
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Navigating Supply Chain Disruption

COVID-19 drove unprecedented sudden and dramatic shifts in both demand and supply. Supply chain managers have always had to be nimble to respond to challenges in increasingly complex chains. But past disruptions tended to be local or regional, typically caused by environmental disasters or other emergencies. The pandemic, however, hit countries globally and nearly simultaneously...
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Rethinking Companies’ Offer and Positioning in a Transformed Tourism Scenario

As tourism recovers we see that the way people travel, the experiences they look for and, consequently, the services they demand have changed for good...
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Looking Ahead to 2021: Key Business Sectors and Issues

Looking ahead to 2021, APCO Worldwide’s business experts analyzed potential trends and provided their predictions for the new year—examining the future of hospitality, global energy, financial technology and capital markets—where all signs point to continued focus on health, tech and safety...
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Europe Promises Technology-Neutral Pathway for Cutting Transport Emissions

The European Commission laid down its vision for the future of the transport sector by presenting a ‘Sustainable and Smart Mobility Strategy’. This new and highly anticipated plan aims to strengthen the role played by the mobility ecosystem in pursuing the EU Green Deal by setting out various milestones for each mode of transport to ultimately become zero-emission...
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