Going in to 2020, we all thought things were changing at a dizzying rate. Well, the COVID-19 pandemic of 2020 has shown us what a dynamic retail environment truly looks like.
Supply chain issues have been thrust into the spotlight, routinely covered on front pages and in the evening news. In this crucible, retailers have had to pivot to a greater and faster degree than ever before—from non-discretionary retailers that experienced supply chain disruptions and unprecedented sales numbers, to discretionary retailers that found themselves compelled to close stores while homebound-consumers fueled dramatic e-commerce spikes.
Retailers' need to build more flexible and responsive supply chains have become even more acute in 2020. This research provides considerable insight about the essential concepts needed to create dynamic supply chains.
The 2020 State of Retail Supply Chain Webcast explores the critical supply chain capabilities needed to weather and move beyond the COVID-19 storm.
The speakers will address the priority areas of:
Vice President for Supply Chain
Retail Industry Leaders Association
Center for Supply Chain Innovation, Auburn University
Mitch Mac Donald
Group Editorial Director
CSCMP's Supply Chain Quarterly and AGiLE Business Media
Sponsored by PFS