Response to Supply Chain Disruption during COVID-19 – The Vietnam Perspective

Webinar | Thursday, April 16, 2020 | 5:00-6:00 PM UTC +7

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On April 16, Do Thanh Huyen, Business Intelligence Assistant Manager – German Desk, speaks in a webinar entitled Response to Supply Chain Disruption during Covid-19 - The Vietnam Perspective.The webinar is available exclusively for German Business Association in Vietnam’s members (GBA).

The Covid-19 outbreak has caused significant disruption in every country regardless of the level of development, resulting in the unprecedented vulnerability of supply chains worldwide. However, not only does this historical economic disturbance reveal the weaknesses of these global networks, it also generates a push that enables supply chains to evolve.

It is crucial that in the midst of the chaos, businesses not only implement multiple strategic steps to mitigate the outbreak’s economic impact, but also start to rethink their supply chain strategy and prepare for major shifts as the result of the crisis.

In order to help German businesses in Vietnam overcome this difficult time and develop a post-crisis strategy for supply chains, Dezan Shira & Associates is pleased collaborate with GBA to organize the webinar, Response to Supply Chain Disruption during Covid-19 - The Vietnam Perspective.

The webinar, hosted by Do Thanh Huyen, the firm’s Business Intelligence Assistant Manager – German Desk, covers:

  • An overview of supply chain disruption due to Covid-19
  • Strategy to address emerging supply chain distress due to the outbreak in Vietnam


Registration Details

This webinar is available for GBA’s member only

Please click here to register to attend, by Thursday, April 16, 2020.

For any further concerns or questions, please contact Trang Nguyen.

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