11jun11:0012:15Webinar series - Has the COVID-19 crisis already set the direction for future supply chains – to be more local and less depending? Is this the beginning of deglobalization as a strategy?11:00 - 12:15 Type of Event:WebinarPublic:All Public
Global value chains have been best practice for many years. This counts also for professional services where people have been travelling the World, to advice, educate and manage. It went
Global value chains have been best practice for many years. This counts also for professional services where people have been travelling the World, to advice, educate and manage. It went into a full stop when confronted with COVID-19. We need to keep trust in supply chains in that context? How to mitigate interdependence and pressure for production relocation? What role for board members?
What production models are we seeing emerging? What are the arbitration criteria in the choice of location? Has the current crisis created a certain resilience in supply chains or has it on the contrary reinforced a certain distrust?
Speakers confirmed: Benoît des Cressonnières, CEO Euler Hermes Reinsurance AG, Matthew Burton EMEIA SC&O Leader, EY, Thomas Thune Andersen, Chairman & Independent Board Director Companies, Oersted, VKR Holdings, Lloyds Register Group and Foundations, Tom Behrens-Soerensen, Chairman & Independent Board Director Companies Danish-Chinese Business Forum, ECCO Group A/S, RAK Ports, WSS Ltd, Thomas Plenborg, Chairman & Professor, DSV Panalpina A/S, COWI A/S, Rosemunde Aps, Copenhagen Business School – Moderator: Tom Jacobsgaard, ecoDa Board Member & Steen Thomsen, Novo Nordisk Foundation Professor at Copenhagen Business School.
(Thursday) 11:00 - 12:15