With more than 80 percent of organizations reporting negative impacts to their supply chains over the past year, the COVID-19 crisis has triggered serious questions about the resiliency of global supply chains in an increasingly interconnected world. Now even as the pandemic eases in many parts of the world, the lingering effects from the crisis continue to pose risks and challenges to companies everywhere, resulting in opportunities for innovative adaptation.
For many, the initial shock has given way to opportunities to build more resiliency and flexibility into their supply chains. From shifting to more local supply chains to making long overdue investments in technology and workforce training, learn what steps companies are taking to ensure they are prepared for whatever comes next.
The Global Supply Chains in a Post-Pandemic World event is part of the Chamber’s Mid-Market Chicago Program, which is is dedicated to providing the programming, networking, and resources middle-market companies across the region need to grow and prosper.