Differences over Taiwan’s status have fueled rising tensions between the island and the mainland. And Taiwan has the potential to be a flash point in U.S.- China relations. Multinational companies are drawing up contingency plans in the event of a US-China conflict after Beijing launched a series of military exercises around Taiwan this month. While the outcome of these tensions is still unclear, supply chain teams can put preventative measures in place to mitigate the impact to their business.
Understanding your value chain, including where your suppliers, and their suppliers are located, is the key to knowing how you will be impacted. With the help of AI-enabled technology, you can map your supply chain, receive early warnings of the potential impact in regard to China-Taiwan tensions, and centralize communication with your suppliers.
Join us for a webinar with Jorge Rodriguez (Head of Sales Europe) and Constantine Limberakis (Senior Director of Global Product & Solutions Marketing) to learn how you can better mitigate risks related to the ongoing China and Taiwan issue, including:
- What steps you can take now and what is next on our roadmap
- What the potential cost to your business is if you don’t have preventative measures in place
- How The riskmethods Solution™ can help you avoid crisis mode