An exclusive online discussion for IT, Finance, Operations, Procurement, Supply Chain, and Logistics leaders of prominent firms in Australia and New Zealand.
Managing Supply Chain Disruption and Business Continuity During Crises
COVID-19 has been a shock to the global economy. Businesses are rapidly adjusting to the changing needs of their employees, customers, and suppliers while navigating new financial and operational challenges.
As companies are faced with these new sets of priorities and challenges, technological innovations, such as machine learning and predictive analytics, have become essential to ensure business continuity. Business leaders must act quickly to address immediate supply-chain resilience issues and build an effective growth plan for the future.
- What are some of the hurdles and challenges that business leaders are facing as a direct result of the global pandemic?
- What measures are companies implementing to overcome these challenges
- What long-term and short-term impacts will the outbreak have on supply chain & logistics?
Owner / Founder at Southern Cross Cargo
CEO at Innovation Transport Services
CEO at Retail Global
CEO at Cold Xpress Refrigerated Transport
CTO at CouriersPlease
CIO at Aramex
Head of Network Process & Technology at StarTrack
Head of Digital at Freightways
Head of Digital Enablement at Kotahi Logistics
VP of Logistics Network at Sendle
GM of LPG Operations at Genesis Energy
GM of Corporate Development at Silk Contract Logistics
GM of Strategic Development at Northline
GM of National Contract & Commercial Operations at TT Logistics
GM of Supply Chain at Ports of Auckland
Business Development Director at PTV Group Australia
3:20 pm: Guest to check-in online
3:30 pm: Welcome by The Ortus Club and a short address from the hosts, BluJay Solutions
3:45 pm: Discussion instigated by the moderator and continued by the participants
5:00 pm: Discussion brought to a close and end of virtual discussion