Webinar: Enabling Resilience in the Supply Chain, 3rd Dec, 2pm

EMEA FMCG BRANDS & SUPPLIER INDUSTRY EVENT

Expert discussion on how FMCG brands and supply chain ecosystem manage disruption

In this live panel discussion, leading experts share insights and strategies on navigating the digital transformation journey toward a resilient and agile external supply chain.

Topics include:

  • Strategies and tactics that helped FMCG brands manage 2020 disruptions

  • Obstacles and enablers in supply chain responsiveness
  • Eliminating friction in the supply chain ecosystem
  • The role of digital transformation in achieving supply chain resilience

 The disruption and volatility of 2020 have ingrained the need for a more agile and responsive supply chain that is resilient enough to withstand highly unpredictable conditions including dramatic swings in consumer buying habits and consequent demand patterns. As external supply chains come under greater scrutiny, digital transformation is increasingly being viewed as the key to shock-proofing the ecosystem.

Join a distinguished panel of speakers, including UKWA CEO Peter Ward, who will moderate the discussion, for this topical 90 minute session.

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Peter Ward, CEO UK Warehousing Association

Neil Ackerman, Head of Advanced Technologies, Global Supply Chain, Middle East and Africa
Johnson & Johnson

Martin Whitcombe,Vice President of Consumer – Contract Logistics, Kuehne + Nagel

Gavin Withers, Director SGL Co-Packing

Josephine Coombe Managing Director, Europe, Nulogy

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