How Will You Prepare for the Future of Global Trade?
As strategic planners in the logistics industry, how will you solve the future challenges of global trade? While we manage through today’s complex issues of protectionism, tariffs, and other barriers to global trade, how can we plan for tomorrow? That’s the core issue we are looking to address with the 2019 Future of Delivery Essay Contest.
Students: We Want to Hear from You!
MercuryGate is inviting all undergraduate and graduate-level students at a MercuryGate University Participant School to enter the contest. These students represent the next generation of talent, and they bring a fresh perspective to how we might re-shape the future of transportation. So, if you are majoring in business, supply chain, or logistics, you are invited to enter the contest. MercuryGate will give $2,000 to the student who writes the winning essay, and $1,000 to the runner up.
While the challenges of trade are complex, the rules for the essay contest are simple. Write a 1,500 to 2,000-word essay that addresses the topic. The essay has to be an original, unpublished work, and it has to be submitted on or before April 1.
Progress Begins with the Promise of Tomorrow
The topic for this year’s essay contest is “The Future of Global Trade and the Role of Transportation Management Technology.” That means participants should be looking forward. They need to analyze the forces and technological shifts that will impact supply chain, logistics, and/or transportation fields. Specifically, we want these students to project and propose ideas for how transportation management systems could evolve to meet the changing demands of global trade. We’ve seen TMSs make a huge leap forward in the past decade. What will we see in the next decade?
For more information on the Future of Delivery essay contest and a full list of rules, go to mercurygate.com/mgu/essay-contest-2019/.