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Webinar: How to effectively do business with UK government

Doing business with governments – winning opportunities, negotiating successfully, and delivering profitability – is an art and a science. At a time of unprecedented government intervention, it has never been more important to ensure effective engagement, whether to win new contracts or secure investments, grants, or loans. You know how to succeed in the United States. In this webinar, we … Continue Reading

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Outsourcing, technology procurement and cloud in Asia – the legal and regulatory essentials

New operating models – new challenges

As businesses in Asia grow in scale and complexity, they are increasingly turning to outsourcing and large scale technology procurement, including the deployment of cloud technologies, to support their operations and gain competitive advantage.

These initiatives reflect both a maturing of operational strategies for businesses in the region and increasing cost sensitivity.

At the … Continue Reading

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Satellite System Procurement 101

Satellite system procurements are, today, more challenging than ever. The financial market status, including the Eurozone crisis, has further increased the difficulty of raising equity and debt to fund unproven satellite systems.

Hybrid satellite-terrestrial systems, designed to extend the “niche” appeal of satellite systems, have extended the system’s appeal, but have been enormously expensive undertakings, and have to date Continue Reading