In the course of producing our reports and blog articles, the team must often sift through large volumes of research material including papers, journals and anything else that might provide insight into the various topics we cover.  Unfortunately, in the interests of clarity and brevity, much of this material cannot be included in the finished product.  AEGIC's key stakeholder base is comprised of an eclectic mix of disciplines and areas of special interest, which means that there must be tradeoffs between depth and bredth if we wish to create widely read and more importantly, impactful, material that caters for all and neglects none.

However, one of the reasons we wanted to establish this content hub was to create a platform for providing our readers with as much information as possible, unconstrained by the limitations that arise when the above trade-offs are made in the interests of broad appeal.  We have therefore set up the Treasure Trove, which is simply a place for us to store any  3rd party research or analysis we obtain when researching a particular topic and then making it available for stakeholders.  There is an enormous volume of material out there, hidden in amongst and even more enormous volume of material on the internet.  , covering the following topics - 

 Black Sea

Black Sea

 Canadian Supply Chain

Canadian Supply Chain

 Australian Supply Chain

Australian Supply Chain

 Agricultural Economics

Agricultural Economics

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The Treasure Trove is only available to members.  The good news is that membership is free.  Simply click the below link to sign up and you will be good to go.

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