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3D printing could erase quarter of global trade

October 4, 2017

The burgeoning 3D printing industry could potentially wipe out about a quarter of globe trade by 2060 according to ING. Bloomberg’s new article penned by Jeanna Smialek reveals that the growth of 3D printing could result in about a quarter of global trade being erased, a finding posited in an ING review by the head […]

Ricoh study reveals demand for technology training

October 4, 2017

A new study commissioned by Ricoh Europe reveals that over two-thirds of employees in European businesses want training in digital technology. A study commissioned by Ricoh Europe has demonstrated that “European workers want to use more innovative digital technology at work but confess they lack the skills to make it effective”. Out of the 3,600 […]

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