The supply chain risk environment is dynamic and continually evolving. Risks are increasingly being highlighted in companies’ publicly-filed financial statements and as supply chains become more strategic, disruptions are turning into c-suite issues.
Each year brings new challenges for companies, with different threats, unexpected events and unpredictable consequences because of the increased interconnectivity of the world we live in.
This year, we’re seeing heightened political tensions drive further issues within supply chains, in addition to climate change, product recall risk and the impact of the blow of the double-edged sword that is technology.
There is a growing awareness of the importance of supply chain risk and the need for it to be properly identified, managed and – when and where possible – transferred in a structured and professional manner. But as our world becomes ever more interconnected this is a work in progress that needs to be stepped up.
Join a group of leading supply chain experts and an audience of procurement, business continuity and risk professionals to discuss the threats and opportunities presented by an interconnected landscape in a series of presentations, case-studies and workshops at this one-day conference in London.