Webinar: Managing supply chain risks in manufacturing
31 March 2020, 11.00 - 12.00 CET
Manufacturers are vulnerable to unexpected shocks, such as “black swan” events like COVID-19, but also to trade wars, regulatory changes, sudden spikes in demand, or supplier bankruptcy. How can manufacturers anticipate supply chain risks and mitigate the operational and financial disruptions of such threats? Especially those who have a high dependency on specific regions to fulfil their need for raw materials and/or finished products.
In this interactive webinar, our Swiss supply chain and risk experts will explain:
- Which concrete measures and learnings are helping our Swiss manufacturing client to navigate the current challenges, improve end-to-end supply chain visibility and ensure resilience in the future
- How new supply chain technologies can support companies’ ability to resist disruptions such as COVID-19 and maintain business continuity, both in the short and long term
- What are the lessons learned to inform us on how to get ready for the next normal
Unexpected events, such as COVID-19, illustrate that many companies are not fully aware of the vulnerability of their supply chain relationships to global shocks. We look forward to sharing with you actionable insights to stabilise operations in the short-term and shift to robust and resilient supply chains in the future.
31 March 2020
11.00 – 12.00 CET
Webinar - you will receive a link upon registration