Since ancient times, humans have traded goods and services to get what they need and desire. We define “jolly commerce” as the cheerful activity of buying and selling, especially on a large scale.
Technology has sped up trade, but today, multiple factors have slowed it back down again, damaging businesses’ productivity. Precious resources have become even more difficult to obtain.
The world has learned over the past few years how fragile the global supply chain can be in all industries, including energy, metals, and food.
We want to facilitate trade, believing that vibrant economic activity lifts people out of poverty, supports peace and tranquility, encourages the rule of law, and improves the lives of everyone.