With the world’s eye on the escalating geopolitical developments in North Korea, many business leaders are wondering how this situation might evolve, and what impact it might have on their operations. Many supply chain experts are evaluating how to analyze and plan a response to developments in North Korea. In order to provide supply chain practitioners with a foundation, Resilinc is pleased to offer this webinar event bringing together experts who can talk about the geopolitical considerations as well as supply chain dependencies.
In this webinar, our speakers will:
- Provide an in-depth analysis of the developments in North Korea and what could potentially happen in the coming months.
- Crystallize the many possibilities into a few concrete scenarios to use in the planning process
- Share our perspective on expected supply chain impact with each scenario
- Recommend actions you can take now to prepare yourselves and your suppliers for these scenarios
Please register to download the webinar and slides.
Robert Kyle is a partner at Hogan Lovells and is a highly respected lawyer assisting clients in a variety of areas- public policy, and Washington-based problems. Having served in senior positions in both the White House and Congress, Bob is well positioned to help clients navigate the entire Washington landscape and the international scenario with special focus on U.S. sanctions, CFIUS, export controls, taxes, energy policy, budget issues, trade restrictions, and trade agreements policy. He manages issues involving regulatory compliance, government advocacy, outreach to foreign embassies and foreign governments, crisis management and corporate strategy.
Bindiya Vakil is CEO and founder of Resilinc, and is a recognized thought leader in the area of supply chain risk management. She is a supply chain leader from High-Tech companies such as Flextronics and Cisco. She is credited with developing the market for supply chain risk management solutions when she founded Resilinc. She holds the patent for evaluating and presenting the supply chain vulnerability and risk of an enterprise. She is also the founder of the Global Supply Chain Resiliency Council, a non-profit dedicated to advancing the discipline of supply chain risk management.