Date: October 26th, 2023
Global trade professionals face disruption from several sources; inflation, regulatory changes, a growing gap between supply for knowledgeable talent and demand for it, difficulties with ESG reporting, and the need to better utilize technology.
Thomson Reuters recent 2023 Corporate Global Trade Survey Report highlighted that 62% of the people polled in the survey indicated that "supply chain security and data protection" was the most important technology priority for them and one-third of businesses say that they suffer from understaffing and lack of budget. Amidst these challenges, companies are adopting global trading innovations, relying on automation and outsourcing to make up for staff shortages, and gathering data related to ESG from their suppliers.
Join the Thomson Reuters webinar, where our experts will delve into the top findings from the report and provide practical advice on how trade compliance departments can navigate these turbulent times using the right technology.
Suzanne Offerman Director, Outbound Product Marketing ONESOURCE Global Trade, Thomson Reuters
Karen A. Lobdell, Senior Manager, Product Management, Thomson Reuters
Shane Williams, Managing Director, Global Trade, EY
Myesha Cottom, Director, International Trade, Georgia Pacific
Robert Bowman, Editor-in-Chief, SupplyChainBrain
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