Recent geopolitical events are already having an impact on the global economy and we are all beginning to see the effects. The world of procurement is probably one of the sectors that is and will be the most affected. What will the consequences be? How should we react?
What’s the problem?
Geopolitical / supply chain tensions lead to a new supply paradigm
- Shortage risks of Raw materials, metals and others
- Oil & gas price is at risk
- Tier 2 / tier 3 suppliers have increased risks
- Demand can be volatile
- Inventories and security stocks are increasing
- Transportation becomes costly
- Cyber-risks are soaring
The intention of this webinar:
After the crisis, EIPM believes that Procurement needs to:
- Scout local markets again
- Develop proximal suppliers
- Invest in Supply Chain Resilience
- Reduce the dependence toward distal factors
- Recover lost technical capabilities
- Upgrade technological knowledge
The synopsis of this webinar:
- Avoiding and mitigating Shortages and Inflation
- Anticipating Insecurity
- Building business model Resilience
- Controlling Indirect supply factors
- Re-designing the Supply base
- Re-developing internal or local Knowledge
- Investing on stable Relationships
Professor and Program Manager at EIPM
Tuesday 5th April 2022
- 10:00 Paris / 13:30 Mumbai / 16:00 Shanghai
- 16:00 Paris / 08:00 Mexico City / 10:00 Washington / 11:00 Buenos Aires / 11:00 São Paulo
Duration of the presentation is 40’ followed by 20’ Q&A (60 minutes in total).
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09:00 Mexico City
11:00 Buenos Aires
11:00 São Paulo