About the virtual event:
In a post-COVID-19 world, building resilience has become a key challenge.
Supply Chain and Trade Compliance have recently come under the spotlight due to the pandemic and there is a lot of speculations surrounding how they need to adapt in the future. Whilst productivity has been a big driver of supply chain strategies in the past, transformations are now being driven by digitisation, sustainability, customisation, and regionalisation.
Despite the pandemic, globalisation continues to open up countless opportunities in oversea markets. Alongside these opportunities, far-reaching regulatory compliance requirements affect multinational businesses - in particular in times of trade wars, regional instabilities and changes to the supply chain due to the global pandemic. How can organisations mitigate these compliance risks through an adequate and effective compliance setup?
Join us as we explore how companies are building resilience & compliance in their supply chains based on the 4 key pillars of: visibility, collaboration, flexibility and control, while completing the picture through discussions around best practice in trade compliance.
- Peter Vickers: Building supply chain resilience
- Philipp Weber-Lortsch: Trade Compliance as part of a resilient supply chain
- Hevin Demir: Head of Global Trade Advisory
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