Exclusive Roundtable Event
When: 12th July 2017, 08:45 (for 09:00) - 11:00
Where: Oracle Corporation, 1 South Place, London, EC2M 2RB
In almost every industry and every supply chain, especially those with highly regulated goods, managing customs and trade compliance on a global scale is a complex task. From product innovation and development, through the procurement or manufacturing and movement of goods, trade compliance is an increasingly competitive differentiator in a modern dynamic supply chain.
Managing the critical exceptions often gets lost in the noise of everyday movements, and when compliance processes fail, both the shipment and the financial workflows can be adversely affected. Not only does the cost of doing business increase, the inability to deliver against promised lead times can hamper revenue growth. Hence, companies cannot afford to be reactive and wait for an incident to occur before analysing their customs and compliance processes. Leading companies explore and implement industry best practices, integrate trade compliance into their supply chain processes and put measures in place to bring visibility and control across their sites and country operations.
At progressive companies, trade compliance teams are always adapting, especially as they look to serve global markets to achieve their growth ambitions. They centralize and enforce compliance policies at a corporate level, standardize on modern automation platforms, and execute locally in each region.
In our exclusive roundtable event, we will:
• Learn how trade compliance has increased in importance and visibility within a modern supply chain
• Look at primary business drivers behind the emergence of modern, multiconnected and accessible trade management automation platforms especially cloud/subscription based models
• Hear how a leading manufacturer streamlined and standardized, their customs and compliance processes, to minimize risks, support growth, and yield a culture of global compliance
• Understand the complex and changing requirements with local government agencies and discuss how BREXIT may increase the focus on global trade management processes
• Round-up of the current global trade management research from leading analysts
Mark Corby, Chairman, Trade Facilitation Import/Export Panel (TFIEEP) will share his perspectives, having been involved in this domain for a long time.
Join us for the breakfast to discuss amongst peers. We look forward to seeing you there.
Breakfast will be provided.
Book online now or contact Membership Services, Tel: 01536 740104 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org quoting event code COR0345.
Cost: Members - Free; Non-Members - £00.00
Please note the delegate list for this event will be vetted by the host, Oracle, whose prerogative it is to accept or decline, without reason, a delegate’s attendance.