Russia’s War on Ukraine and the Implications for Global Supply Chains

March 29, 2022

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has already taken an extraordinary toll on individuals, families and communities caught up in the war. Military conflict has also upended global supply chains that have yet to recover from two years of COVID-19 disruption, rising cost inflation and ongoing supply availability challenges. Using unique data insights from Interos’s operational resilience platform, this session will consider what executives need to know about the current situation and what they can do to manage supply chain risk more effectively.

What you will learn:
·       How companies are being impacted by the crisis
·       The extent of dependence on Russian and Ukrainian suppliers
·       Actions supply chain organizations can take in the short to medium term
·       How firms can prepare for what could happen next

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