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March 19, 2009
Share prices reflect the value of existing and future company portfolios. Companies that extract the highest value from existing business whilst continually investing in a strong, balanced innovation portfolio of incremental , disruptive and breakthrough innovation, show consistently higher share price and a more robust, business performance....
http://www.chemweek.com/chem_ideas/Guest-Author/The-Integration-of-Innovation-and-Marketing-Best-Practices-for-Business-Excellence-II_17658.html
March 12, 2009
A survival checklist for running a company in China during the downturn...
http://www.chemweek.com/chem_ideas/Guest-Author/Is-Your-China-Venture-Recession-proof_17567.html
March 4, 2009
During the economic downturn, with shrinking markets and lower pricing, surveys have shown that marketing and particularly funds for innovation and growth are amongst those hardest hit. As new, profitable innovations are owned by marketing, whilst their financing comes from the ability for the current business to generate profits, there is an intimate link between marketing and innovation....
http://www.chemweek.com/chem_ideas/Guest-Author/The-Integration-of-Innovation-and-Marketing-Best-Practices-for-Business-Excellence_17404.html
March 2, 2009

The impact of the downturn on the chemical sector is clear: volume and prices are down, backlogs are weak, operating rates continue to fall and virtually every customer has requested one or more price reductions.  In response, commercial teams must ask themselves: “what can we do?”

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http://www.chemweek.com/chem_ideas/Guest-Author/Pricing-Strategies-in-the-Downturn_17259.html
February 26, 2009
Swings in company fortunes during the current unprecedented economic downturn are increasing the probability of turbulence for those managing REACH consortia....
http://www.chemweek.com/chem_ideas/Guest-Author/Financial-Safety-Nets-Required-for-Reach-Consortia_17269.html
February 26, 2009
 Energy harvesting (EH) or scavenging is the use of ambient energy to provide electrical power for small electronic and electrical devices. The technologies employed variously...
http://www.chemweek.com/chem_ideas/Guest-Author/Electronics-The-Hot-Applications-for-Energy-Harvesting_17258.html
February 20, 2009
The global sustainability trend is still gaining pace. “Green”, environmentally conscious products are more in demand than ever before – and the chemical industry is adapting to this reality. ...
http://www.chemweek.com/chem_ideas/Guest-Author/Henkel-Sees-Opportunities-from-a-New-Shade-of-Green_17134.html
February 6, 2009
The global recession continues to deepen as world political leaders scramble to come up with a credible plan to stem the tide of bad news.  In contrast to the...
http://www.chemweek.com/chem_ideas/Guest-Author/The-Recessions-Bite-Deepens-in-China_16879.html
February 5, 2009
The environmental benefits of energy harvesting are proving to be greater and more widespread than originally realised. Most importantly, the runaway use of small batteries is leading...
http://www.chemweek.com/chem_ideas/Guest-Author/Electronic-Chemicals-Environmental-Issues-with-Energy-Harvesting_16855.html
February 4, 2009
For rather understandable reasons, chemical companies place a high value on technical expertise. While chemistry PhDs are undeniably crucial for developing new products and ensuring...
http://www.chemweek.com/chem_ideas/Guest-Author/Do-Chemical-Companies-Overemphasize-Technical-Talent_16771.html
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