The COVID-19, or coronavirus, outbreak is causing significant disruption to global supply chains. When it is brought under control we can all breathe a collective sigh of relief, but the impact this crisis has had, have and might have ahead is putting a finger on increased need for insight, transparency and agility.
During this session Mikkel Hippe Brun, Co-Founder and Senior Vice President of Greater China at Tradeshift will share his experiences in helping businesses across the globe collaborate and interact digitally. [Before Mikkel shares his experiences Mads Stolberg-Larsen, Head of Fintech and blockchain in Tradeshift Frontiers and long-time student of Nassim Taleb’s* writings, will introduce the concept of Anti-fragility.]
In our globalized world, the supply chain becomes a company’s biggest risk - but also one of it’s biggest assets - during times of disruption.
There is a lot of talk about robust supply chains. Anti-fragile supply chains aren’t just strong, they’re malleable to ensure they continue working no matter the disruption. But, most crucially, they don’t just survive the disruption—they improve because of it.
In this on-demand webinar, you will hear from our speakers about:
* Nassim Taleb coined the term “Anti-fragile”
Mikkel Hippe BrunCo-Founder and Senior Vice President of Greater China at Tradeshift
Extensive experience with Chinese market and has served as SVP of APAC and CEO and GM of Tradeshift China with JV’s and subsidiaries in Suzhou, Shanghai, Chongqing, Shenzhen since 2013. Chief Consultant and IT-architect at NITA where he was appointed the Technical Director of Pan European Public Procurement Online (PEPPOL) project.
Mads Stolberg-LarsenHead of Fintech and blockchain in Tradeshift Frontiers
Experience from strategy consulting roles at Monitor Deloitte with a particular focus on blockchain before joining the emerging tech unit of Tradeshift, Frontiers. Avid reader of Nassim Taleb and believer in the philosophy of “open finance”, which is about bringing the democratic principles that drove the internet – free, easy, open – into the world of financial services.