Join the World Affairs Council of New Hampshire for the first installment in our Spring 2022 Global Tipping Points speaker series, The Future of Global Supply Chains. On coming into office, the Biden Administration announced its policy to strengthen the resilience of global supply chains in order to ensure economic prosperity and national security. Biological threats, such as the Covid-19 pandemic, cyber-attacks, climate shocks and geopolitical competition have all exposed vulnerabilities in these supply chains.
On February 1, 2022, Bob Trebilcock, Editor of Supply Chain Management Review, will provide an overview of global supply chains, how they work, what is broken, and ideas for fixing them in the future. He will identify which elements of the current supply chain crisis are transitory and which are more persistent. Following Trebilcock’s opening remarks, a moderated Question and Answer session will be held.
We hope you can join us for this exciting online event! Please note that this was originally scheduled as a hybrid event, but the in person portion of the event has been cancelled.
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About the Speaker
Bob Trebilcock is the editorial director of Supply Chain Management Review (SCMR) and the executive editor of Modern Materials Handling (MMR). Known as the Harvard Business Review for supply chain managers, SCMR is a professional journal covering the end-to-end supply chain for senior level supply chain executives. MMH is the oldest and largest circulation publication covering the movement of goods and movement of information about those goods inside the four walls of the distribution center and factory.
Trebilcock grew up in the supply chain industry: His family has been in the industrial packaging business for more than 60 years. He has been a magazine writer and editor for nearly 40 years, and has been the recipient of numerous national magazine awards as a writer and an editor. He and his wife have lived in Keene, New Hampshire since 1984.
We hope you can join us for this exciting online event!
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