Webinar: Future proofing your business - Supply chain challenges & insolvency
Join us for a webinar on 28 November as we discuss the key challenges that businesses are currently facing in supply chains, and top tips for how to overcome these problems.
Together with our guest speaker Duncan Swift, we will discuss challenges in supply chains and how to deal with these. We will cover:
- Being prepared for challenging trading conditions.
- Warning signs of insolvency (customer/supplier).
- How to deal with insolvent customers/suppliers.
- Top tips for protecting your cash flow.
We hope very much that you will be able to join us online for an informative and interactive session including an opportunity to ask the panel your own questions.
Duncan Swift has over 30 years' experience helping UK and European farmers and food producers/processors financially survive and thrive in the supply chain. Duncan has publicly commented on supermarket late payment behaviours; the divergent rate of food producer insolvencies from national trends; and the composition and importance of 'supplier income' in major supermarket accounts.
Supply chains continue to see challenges as a result of the global economy, geopolitical events and the cost of living crisis, among others. Resilience to the ripple effect of insolvency, reacting to changing consumer behaviour and a need to protect cash flow are priorities for businesses.
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