And… just like that… 2022 is coming to an end. We still have a couple of weeks left in the year, but this marks the last week of events and recommendations. Best wishes to everyone for a very merry holiday season!
Before you check out… keep in mind that Dial P will still be running new and updated classic articles right through the holidays. (Subscribe here) This week’s episode looks at what has happened to Hong Kong since the transfer of sovereignty from the U.K. to China in 1997 and uses it to suppose what Taiwan’s future might hold.
Don’t forget to save your spot at Art of Procurement Digital Outcomes – February 15th and 16th 2023.
And now for this week’s recommendations… the last of 2022.
December 12, 9:30am ET
With just days left in 2022, some of the macro trends that will determine the start of the new year are already with us, but there is a lot we don’t know - and surprises are always a possibility. Join Philip Ideson and me as well as Ivalua VP of Product Marketing Vishal Patel as we make predictions for what will be important in 2023.
December 12, 10am ET
According to this event’s description, “up to 80% of a project or organization’s revenue flows out to their supply network.” Which begs the question – why is procurement always scrapping for attention and resources? Maybe it is how we invest in and leverage ‘customer of choice’ status. Join Joseph Martinez from BNY Mellon, Ian Radford from Novartis, and Tim Cummins and Adrian Furner from World Commerce & Contracting to learn more.
December 13, 12n ET
Data and analytics are great, but you have to apply them strategically in order to count as intelligence. In a market as complex and competitive as parcel shipping, that is even more true. Join Caleb Nelson, Chief Growth Officer at Sifted, and Ami Bensman, Chief Marketing Officer & Chief Experience Officer at Sifted, as they sit down with Supply Chain Now co-hosts Scott Luton and Greg White to discuss best practices for parcel shipping in 2023 and beyond.
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