Many global supply chains are not equipped to cope with the world we are entering. Most were engineered, some brilliantly, to manage stable, high-volume production by capitalizing on labor-arbitrage opportunities available in China and other low-cost countries. But in a future when the relative attractiveness of manufacturing locations changes quickly—along with the ability to produce large volumes economically—such standard approaches can leave companies dangerously exposed.
That future, spurred by a rising tide of global uncertainty and business complexity, is coming sooner than many companies expect. Explore what these changes will bring with our expert panel and see new products and services being developed by companies around the region.
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