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Is our reliance on the postal service our biggest downfall? As we have recently seen with the Canada Post strike, it has crippled industries at the biggest revenue generating holiday for online retailers. So what are the alternatives and how can you plan for a future of last mile delivery run by government organizations.

In this episode, Graham Robins from BorderBuddy is back and we talk about the strike, how our reliance on the postal service will impact our businesses, the current alternatives, our cry for help from the innovation and entrepreneurial community and then we round out the discussion talking about the New Year. A lot of us make new years resolutions for ourselves personally but what about our business or supply chains? we also talk about the difference between goals and resolutions and some of things to consider making resolutions so you start the new year off right. Make sure to share this episode with the next generation of leaders, your management team, C-Suite and colleagues, Enjoy!

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To our success,

Sarah

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