Supply chains are crucial in bringing products from the source to consumers, and such value has been further appreciated during the coronavirus pandemic when the fragility of global supply chains has been observed. As global supply chains are managing to stabilize, the need for supply chains to be more resilient and sustainable has also emerged. Supply chains, in fact, are considered “the biggest contributor to the climate change problem,” with 50% of global emissions found by a World Economic Forum report to be generated by supply chains of industries.
Learn more about this on October 12, Wednesday, at 11 a.m. in BusinessWorld Insights with the theme “Building a Strong and Sustainable Supply Chain”. Watch experts as they discuss the challenges being faced by supply chains and the opportunity for them to emerge better while growing further in the new normal. LIVE and FREE on BusinessWorld and The Philippine STAR’s Facebook pages.
This session of #BUSINESSWORLDINSIGHTS is supported by the Asia Society-Philippines, British Chamber of Commerce of the Philippines, Financial Executives Institute of the Philippines, Management Association of the Philippines, Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Philippine Franchise Association, and The Philippine STAR.