WEBCAST

Supply chain and the rise of economic nationalism

Webcast overview

COVID-19 has forced many enterprises to pivot sharply as they contend with seismic supply chain disruption, and it has caught many of them flat-footed. And while it has demonstrated that the supply chain can be one of the biggest sources of vulnerability for organizations it is also providing the greatest opportunity to build resilience into the business.

Faced now with a new world order of extreme and extended disruption, supply chain leaders are keen to ally themselves with the skills and insight to anticipate and respond in ways relevant to their organizational objectives.

Join our KPMG LLP executives to understand:

  • Economic nationalism—characterized as a make-where-you-sell-and-buy-where-you-make approach—from an operations strategy perspective
  • The six competencies that will be critical to tearing down and rebuilding your supply chain operating model
  • How the supply chain model of the future will shift from equating value with lowest cost to a value framework encapsulating risk exposure, supply alternatives, tax considerations, and channel complexity
  • The additional types of supply chain risk factors that may emerge after COVID-19 recedes.

Moderator

Amit Gupta

Amit Gupta

Principal, Supply Chain & Operations, KPMG US

Panelists

John Jullens

John Jullens

Principal, Strategy, KPMG US

Brett Weaver

Brett Weaver

Partner, Tax, KPMG US