For many business owners, the major challenge in 2021 was supply chain disruptions. That challenge is far from over.
Driven in part by a surge in consumer demand, many Canadian exporters are experiencing supply chain bottlenecks and labour shortages. Global inflation is causing prices to soar, and the spread of Omicron and other new variants is likely to slow production and raise costs even further.
As if that wasn’t enough, a lack of shipping containers, a backlog of cargo ships and floods in British Columbia are making it next to impossible for companies to deliver their goods.
But for Canadian supply chains and exporters, there are clear, specific steps you can take to protect your business against disruptions, labour shortages and rising prices, both now and in the future.
In our upcoming webinar, The global supply chain: Turning crisis into opportunity, our expert panel will examine the nature of the disruptions, discuss potential remedies for labour shortages and make key recommendations that will help you transform your own supply chain as you continue to grow your business globally.
Join us live Thursday, Feb. 24, 2022 from 1 to 2 p.m. ET to learn about:
- How supply chain disruptions and labour shortages have impacted Canada’s global business
- How to mitigate supply chain risks and manage future crises, including novel virus variants
- How to minimize risks and challenges through supply chain diversification
- How to use your existing supply chain to give your business a competitive edge
- What the future of supply chains looks like—and how you can be ready for it