NEW FOR 2022: The in-person supply-chain resilience day (June 28th) June 27th-30th 2022

Prosperity powered by trust: technology, data and supply-chain resilience

Economist Impact’s Global Trade Week 2022 is the only event that convenes thought leaders from the entire trade ecosystem. It connects supply-chain, procurement, manufacturing and finance executives with high-level government representatives including ministers, policymakers and advisors. This allows for the new reality of trade to be understood in its entirety, including geopolitical and climate-change risks.

By attending this event, you will benefit from:

  • Exclusive in-person day in London, focusing on supply chain resilience. The day is aimed at c-suite supply-chain, procurement, manufacturing and finance executives. It will examine the progress made in the past two years and consider how to lay the foundation for future success
  • An optimised hybrid experience – join us in-person in London on Tuesday 28th June and online on 27th, 29th and 30th of June
  • 35 practical and measurable case studies from the likes of Unilever, Rockwell Automation, Philips, L’Oréal, Wayfair, Merck, Johnson & Johnson, Siemens and many more
  • Special access to over 130 high-profile speakers confirmed from a wide range of industries
  • Comprehensive and nuanced debate focused on risk assessment scenarios to help companies predict and better manage supply chain challenges

Who should attend:

  • Chief executives, chief supply chain officers, chief procurement officers, chief marketing officers, chief financial officers, chief operating officers, executives (C-suite, directors, managers) from all industries
  • High-level government representatives including ministers, policymakers, advisors, senior advisors, senior directors
  • Executives from manufacturers and transportation companies, logistics companies, financial services as well as tech and digital companies
  • Impact investors and responsible investors
  • Academia and think tanks

From industries including:

  • Logistics and freight, ports and airports, transportation, manufacturing, commodities, natural resources
  • Government, multilaterals and regulation
  • Financial services, legal services, consultancies
  • Security, cybersecurity
  • Technology and digital service providers
  • Trade and industry associations

Virtual and London, UK

  • Oct 05, 2022

  • Closed

2nd annual Global Trade Week


Wednesday, 05 Oct 2022


Virtual and London, UK

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