Geopolitical and economic uncertainty introduces new risks with global sourcing.
The supply chain disruptions over the past two years have highlighted the fragility of offshoring. As supply chain constraints have been intensified by a lack of diversified resources; many businesses are considering transferring operations back to nearby countries (nearshoring).
However, navigating through nearshoring may involve higher initial costs.
Join us for an insightful conversation with Catherine Nekavand, Head of Procurement & Sustainable Sourcing at Louis Vuitton Americas to discuss questions including:
Are you planning to nearshore?
What are your destinations?
What is your main concern?
What are the elements before deciding on nearshoring?
This roundtable will be held on July 6th, 2022 at 9am CDT/4 pm CEST.
What is a aim10x Roundtable?
An aim10x Roundtable is an informal knowledge-sharing session that brings together a diverse group of professionals to share their knowledge, discuss their challenges, learn new insights, and make new connections. We keep the group small (less than 12 participants) to give everyone the space to participate and contribute in deeper-dive discussions.
We keep the agenda simple
Setting the scene
Why should you register?
If you’re missing the collaboration and conversational elements from a webinar, then an aim10x Roundtable might be a great option for you. Be ready to deep-dive into different topics related to digital transformation and have a high-quality discussion with your peers. We host both industry-specific and cross-industry aim10x Roundtables so there’s always a topic to interest you.
Who is it for?
This roundtable is intended for supply chain professionals from across industries.
The aim10x team recently hosted a roundtable discussion featuring Catherine Nekavand about navigating the nearshoring process. Catherine led a lively discussion with roundtable participants about how to:
Plan their nearshoring processes
Select possible geographic locations
Address concerns about nearshoring
Below, Catherine outlines how logistics challenges are becoming a motivating factor in organizations’ decisions to implement a nearshoring strategy.