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Business Planning in the Age of COVID-19

May 5, 2020


by Todd R. Vollmers, Macaluso LLP Are You Standing on Quicksand? Companies that do business internationally or rely on a global supply chain (either directly or indirectly), should continue to expect and be prepared for far-reaching and unique challenges arising out of the global pandemic caused by Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2), which […]

A Respectable World Cup Analysis

June 16, 2014


A new leader in World Cup analytics has emerged. It looks to be an extremely timely and thorough analysis undertaken, it seems, with great enthusiasm. It is also an informative and enjoyable read to boot, which I commend to you. You can click on the link below the picture to get there. They do have the proper Disclosure […]

Hanoi in Late Spring

May 23, 2014


Hanoi, May 23, 2014.  On a stop over in Vietnam, where we are working on several projects at the moment, to visit with clients and investors. It’s warm and a bit humid here, but otherwise the city is hard at work as always. This is truly one of the hallmarks of Vietnam and one of its […]

Dubai Air Show

November 21, 2013


Jebel Ali, Dubai – November 19, 2013.  One of the side effects of working across borders is that I variously find myself somewhere on relatively short notice.  So it was when I recently found myself in The Hague surrounded by the World’s largest round painting and transported back for a moment to a place that once was.  Then the Dubai […]

Cayman Islands Excursion

August 18, 2013


Today’s post is about a trip, a tagging along daughter and some unexpected memories. The Cayman Islands, of course, is where thousands of funds are registered and where many a company listed, or about to be listed, on a stock exchange resides. All that doesn’t mask the fact that it is a very nice Caribbean island. The two of […]


July 15, 2013


The recent severe flooding that is once again testing the resilience of the people of Sichuan province and other parts of China brought to mind a visit to Beichuan some months ago. Beichuan, as many of you will recall, in 2008 was near the epicenter of one of the most powerful earthquakes ever experienced in […]

Chengdu, but no Pandas

July 5, 2013


Just before spring of this year, I traveled from Beijing to Chengdu, a beautiful city in Sichuan province, not to see the pandas that Chengdu is so famous for, but to visit some companies.  I had not been in Chengdu at this time of year before and coming from a still much cooler Beijing, I was […]