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Q3 2020
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To say that 2020 has proved to be challenging to business and industry might be one of the understatements of the century. Most of the world was blindsided by the global COVID-19 pandemic and there was not a sector of the economy that went untouched. But our country is nothing if not nimble and adaptive, and vital industries such as food production, aerospace and automotive, our themes for this issue, began rethinking their supply chains, leading to an avalanche of reshoring plans, with the intention of bringing at least some of that production back to the U.S. In this issue, professionals are sharing their insights on all the ways the country’s industries have pivoted to adapt to the new reality. We can all learn from them.

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In this issue...

Business leaders know that for companies to survive and thrive in a competitive marketplace, they need to adapt and innovate. In aerospace and aviation, one growing area of innovation that has yet to be fully explored is blockchain technology. more...

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