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"The B2B e-commerce market is projected to corset style bra reach US$6.7 trillion by 2020 riding on improved digital connectivity and the emergence of new platforms," said Mr Iswaran.

"Innovation cycles womens bikinis sale are becoming shorter, and enterprises must continually adapt and connect to emerging networks to stay ahead of the curve."

The industry transformation map for suit underwear wholesale trade was launched with two broad strategies to address these trends.

The first involves building trade connectivity through digital marketplaces and platform. One such effort is the development of an ASEAN digital trade facilitation platform, so customs clearance can be done through a single trade window. This is led by the Singapore Logistics Association, and links the association with others from ASEAN.

A cross-border trade platform launched earlier by GeTS Global is also about to get a leg up, through a collaboration with tech giant IBM Asia Pacific. This platform allows businesses to manage compliance from different trading systems, and will tap on IBM's supply chain business network to do automated customs declaration at 18 custom nodes across the world.

Industry and trade associations and chambers will also be roped in, to help small- and medium-sized enterprises list in digital marketplaces so they can have greater access to new markets.

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Welcome to the My Business Podcast. Thanks corset style bra so much for tuning in. Adam Zuchetti here, and my regular co-host, Andy, is along for the ride although struck down with the flu, aren't you?

Oh, I've got a man cold again, which it's not the first corset style bra time that we've talked about this. So clearly not taking my vitamins, mate. Not getting enough sun. That's clearly what the issue is. Which is a weak segue onto today's guest, but -

Andy Scott: He started out his business in womens bikinis sale his dining room in Drummoyne in 2001. Since then he has really established a global brand with sales all over the world and turnover of about $20 million. I think the real interesting part is only 15 per cent of those sales actually come from here in Australia. But enough of my yakking, mate. Introduce today's guest.

Adam Zuchetti: A lot of people suit underwear would actually be familiar with this brand, and I know that I myself am one of those. So we've got Sean Ashby, who founded aussieBum. Sean, thanks so much for joining us here in the studio today.