Cool Search Engines / Most Promising Startups

  • By Josh Green
  • · June 30, 2009
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Earlier today, WIRED featured Panjiva in an article on “Cool Search Engines That Are Not Google.”  Also, BusinessWeek is now featuring Panjiva as one of “America’s Most Promising Startups” as well as on their “Next” innovation blog.  Thought I’d pass along… WIRED: “Panjiva tracks overseas factories and their U.S. customers by indexing publicly available customs […]

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New Information on Panjiva

  • By Josh Green
  • · June 29, 2009
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Today, I’m excited to announce that we’re working with three new affiliates to integrate additional information into Panjiva Search.  Please join me in welcoming these affiliates, who are making it even easier to find the supplier that’s right for you (and avoid the suppliers that are wrong for you)… deKieffer & Horgan – Red Flag […]

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Panjiva in Harvard Business Review

  • By Josh Green
  • · June 25, 2009
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Panjiva’s contribution to this month’s Harvard Business Review: “Just How Healthy Is Your Global Partner?” “Multinational corporations and their manufacturing partners in emerging markets need to rethink how they manage their relationships with each other in light of the global downturn.” http://hbr.harvardbusiness.org/2009/07/just-how-healthy-is-your-global-partner/ar/1

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Panjiva in the News: May Trade Data

  • By Josh Green
  • · June 19, 2009
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Earlier this week, Panjiva released data showing that the number of global manufacturers serving the U.S. market increased for a third month in a row.  This three-in-a-row increase is the first we’ve seen since we began tracking this metric in July 2007 — certainly an encouraging sign.  However, in an absolute sense, we’re still seeing […]

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May Trade Data: More Good News

  • By Josh Green
  • · June 16, 2009
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The word from Panjiva’s research team: for the third straight month, there was an uptick (2%) in the number of global manufacturers shipping to the U.S. market.  Notably, this is the first time we’ve seen three monthly increases in a row since we began tracking this metric in July of 2007. Some additional good news: […]

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ReadWriteWeb: Panjiva Serves Up Vital Data…

  • By Josh Green
  • · June 5, 2009
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Thoughtful write-up of Panjiva on one of my favorite tech blogs, ReadWriteWeb: “With the state of the economy, news orgs like BusinessWeek and The Wall Street Journal have turned to it [Panjiva] as a bellwether for the health of global trade.” Read the rest… 

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Panjiva in the News: Is April Trade Data Reason for Optimism?

  • By Josh Green
  • · June 4, 2009
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Earlier this week, Panjiva released data showing that, after several months of free-fall, the number of global manufacturers shipping to the U.S. market appears to have stabilized.  Of course, there’s still a lot of risk in the system, as highlighted in many of the news accounts of our analysis.  Here’s a sampling of the coverage: […]

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April Trade Data: Reason For Optimism?

  • By Josh Green
  • · June 1, 2009
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On Friday, I told The New York Times: “The free fall in global trade seems to have halted.” The graph below summarizes the data behind the quote.  As you can see, after four months of free fall in the number of manufacturers shipping to American customers, there were increases from February to March (~2%), and […]

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