In addition to the events listed below, the ISM-New York Report on Business will be released on May 4th at 9:45am ET. Watch the BMP blog or the ISM page for details.
If you are planning your schedule further ahead, I recommend “Key Takeaways from Gartner Supply Chain Top 25 for 2020” from the team at Supply Chain Now and Mike Griswold, Vice President Analyst, Supply Chain Research at Gartner.
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May 5th, 10am ET
A number of journalists and industry analysts have made interesting observations about the cross-generational increase in eCommerce resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic ‘shelter in place’ orders. In this panel-format webinar, we will hear from three experts whose combined experience covers procurement, supply chain, and retail: Markus Reckling, Managing Director at DHL Express Germany, Jamin Dick, Head of NA Supply Chain at Alibaba, and Roy Anderson, Chief Procurement & Digital Transformation Officer at Tradeshift.
May 5th, 2pm ET
Business continuity is an important consideration for all companies today, but for Box, a Cloud Content Management company, their ability to conduct business determines whether their customers (including AstraZeneca, General Electric, P&G, and The GAP) can remain operational as well. In this webinar, Linda Chuan, Head of Strategic Sourcing and Procurement at Box, and Ardent Partners’ Founder and Chief Research Officer Andrew Bartolini will talk about how procurement can contribute to business continuity by partnering with key suppliers and maintaining a long term view.