IOS Partners Co-Hosts the First International Competition Policy Conference in Georgia

We are proud to announce that IOS Partners, along with Competition Agency of Georgia, Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University, NNLE Competition Institute of Georgia and EBRD, will be co-hosting the first international scholarly conference “Competition Policy: Contemporary Trends and Challenges” on November 17-18 in Tbilisi, Georgia.

The topics of the conference include:

Competition Policy and its […]

By |September 13th, 2017|Competitive Policy, Development, News|

IOS Partners – Elevating Customer Service to Customer Experience at the Orlando Airport

IOS Partners, together with our partner firm, the Institute for Cross Cultural Management (ICCM) at Florida Institute of Technology, is providing consultation on all cultural issues regarding the South Terminal build and the existing North Terminal of the Orlando Airport.

Over the past nine months, we have been engaged in providing advice on cultural implications […]

By |September 6th, 2017|Aviation, Development, News|

Automation will disrupt the future of work – but also the future of global development

Auto parts production factory in Hung Yen, Vietnam. Photo by: Nguyễn ViệtThanh / ILO / CC BY-NC-ND

SAN FRANCISCO — Last week, the International Labor Organization announced the Global Commission on the Future of Work, a high-level international body chaired by the president of Mauritius and the prime minister of Sweden. The 20 members of the commission will focus […]

By |August 30th, 2017|Automation, Development, Innovation, News|

Food Value Chain Plays Important Role in Rural-Urban Development

Delegates share experience in developing food value chain at the APEC seminar on Food Value Chain to Foster the Rural-Urban development in asia Pacific Region. – VNS Photo

CẦN THƠ – Strengthening the food value chain is one of the most important ways to foster rural-urban development in APEC economies, experts said at a seminar held […]

By |August 23rd, 2017|Agriculture, News, Value Chain|

IOSsoft To Develop Software Solutions in Sub-Saharan Africa

We are proud to announce that our subsidiary company, IOSsoft will be developing software solutions in Sub-Saharan Africa on a World Bank contract. IOSsoft’s parent company, IOS Partners has extensive knowledge and resources and successfully completed a myriad of projects in the region.
By |August 16th, 2017|ICT, IOSsoft, News|

Transport Aérien – Le Partenariat Air Austral-Air Madagascar Avance

Certains sujets nécessitent encore un peu plus de temps de traitement. Mais la concrétisation du partenariat stratégique entre Air Austral et Air Madagascar suit son cours. Dans les temps. Tels ont été les mots des représentants des deux compagnies  en faisant suite à l’avancement dans la conclusion de leur partenariat stratégique, hier, lors d’un point de presse organisé à la CCIA Antani­narenina
By |August 2nd, 2017|Aviation, News|

How Digital Can Lift The Developing World Out Of Poverty

The world’s least developed countries can use digital technology to become more inclusive and sustainable. But they’ll need our help.

The internet has revolutionized the way of doing business in industrial countries, but are the poorest nations also benefiting from this transformation? Only one in seven people living in the world’s least developed countries (LDCs) has […]

By |July 20th, 2017|Innovation, News|

Latin America has a surplus of talent – and a shortage of innovation

In this Dec.18, 2014, photograph, scientist Christopher Kistler checks on experiments in bio-reactors in a laboratory at the Merck company facilities in Kenilworth, N.J. On June 27, 2017, Merck & Co. said a new type of cholesterol drug, in testing for many years, reduced heart attacks, deaths and other complications of heart disease in a […]

By |July 12th, 2017|Innovation, News|

Passenger Terminal Conference 2017 speaker interview – Carolyn Fennell and Dr Patricia Ryan, USA

Carolyn Fennell, Senior Director of Public Affairs and Community Relations, Orlando International Airport, USA and Dr Patricia Ryan, Director of Aviation, IOS Partners, USA, discuss their presentation titled Characteristics that put an airport in a class of its own which looks at how in researching factors that put an airport in a class of its […]

By |May 22nd, 2017|Aviation, News|

China’s first big passenger plane takes off for maiden flight

China’s first large domestically made passenger aircraft has completed its maiden flight, mounting a major challenge to Boeing and Airbus.

After about 90 minutes in the air the plane landed safely back at Pudong airport in Shanghai.

The plane is a key symbol of Beijing’s soaring ambitions to enter the global aviation market.

Made by state-owned firm Comac, […]

By |May 8th, 2017|Aviation, News|