On-Demand Webinar

Make Predicting and Preventing Supply Chain Failures Your Next Superpower

A global pandemic and ongoing geopolitical turmoil are forcing companies to rewrite their playbook when it comes to supply chain risk management.
By: | November 15, 2023


Webinar Description

Webinar Sponsor

A fluid macro-economic environment is pushing risk managers to significantly upgrade their supply chain risk management knowledge and skills. Vetting vendors and using technology to identify supply chain weaknesses is now a must for most organizations.

This webinar will explore how a global pandemic, geopolitical turmoil and other factors have made the science of predicting and preventing supply chain failures so much more complicated.

The webinar panel will dig into which tools and approaches are needed to succeed in today’s environment. Harvesting meaningful data which will enable risk managers to examine and strengthen both global and regional supply chains is a key linchpin in this discipline.

The panel will feature experts from Coface and Macsteel, who bring real world experience to the art and science of managing significant supply chain risks. The upside is that doing so will help organizations unlock market growth opportunities through the use of innovative risk data and insights.

Who should attend this webinar?

  • Risk managers
  • Procurement officers
  • Chief Financial officers
  • Operations managers
  • Technology executives

Intro by

With 75 years of experience and an extensive international network, Coface is a leader in trade credit insurance and adjacent specialty services, including Factoring, Debt Collection, Single Risk insurance, Bonding and Information services. Coface’s experts work to the beat of the global economy, helping ~50,000 clients in 100 countries build successful, growing, and dynamic businesses across the world. Coface helps companies in their credit decisions. The Group's services and solutions strengthen their ability to sell by protecting them against the risks of non-payment in their domestic and export markets. In 2021, Coface employed ~4,538 people and registered a turnover of €1.57 billion.

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