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21st Century supply chains have evolved into worldwide, inter-connected, supply-and-demand networks with profound interdependencies - comprising vastly more complex operations and with greater exposure to the vulnerabilities of our uncertain world.

So what has changed within the world of supply chains and what is the future evolution?

We find out with guest speaker Mark Millar, author of "Global Supply Chain Ecosystems - strategies for competitive advantage in a complex, connected world”.

Mark will explore why and how supply chains have evolved into multi-faceted ecosystems, highlighting key supply chain shifts such as a trend to right-shoring, moving beyond globalisation towards regionalisation.

In this session Mark will provide practitioners and academics with insights into future directions for global supply chains and identify 10 key priorities to consider within your supply chain strategy.

The presentation will also explore some key supply chain dynamics in the Asia region and how retail supply chains are being massively disrupted by the frenzied cocktail of digital consumers, online shopping and e-commerce.

Special Pre-Event Offer – WMG Supply Chains in Practice
Mark's presentation will draw upon some of the key themes explored in his book Global Supply Chain Ecosystems, which earned praise from industry experts around the world and has already been purchased in more than 35 countries across five continents.

As a registered delegate for WMG Supply Chain in Practice, you can enjoy a pre-event special offer of 25% discount, on your copy of Global Supply Chain Ecosystems.

Click here to register for the Pre-Conference Book Offer

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