Tariffs, Trade Wars and Supply Chains: How Can Procurement Prepare?

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Do you fully understand how tariffs and perceived trade wars will affect your supply chain and your bottom line? Join business analysts from ProcurementIQ as we discuss key takeaways and highlight several strategies buyers can take to minimize the financial impact of the recent tariffs.

Although manufacturers will bear the brunt, procurement professionals must understand and prepare for how service providers and a variety of downstream goods could be affected.

In this webinar, you’ll learn why you should:

  • Implement “what-if” cost to model potential impacts
  • Avoid sole sourcing and finding alternative trading partners
  • Forecast and prepare for how current tariffs will affect downstream supply markets

 

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Braden Baseley
Lead Business Research Analyst
Torsten Edstam
Lead Business Research Analyst

Braden works on a wide variety of business research which gives him both a broad and deep understanding of economic trends and indicators. Each quarter, Braden writes the ProcurementIQ Macroeconomic Update that identifies and examines the most significant recent macroeconomic trends affecting procurement professionals. These are intended to help practitioners better understand the broader purchasing environment and make strategic buying decisions.

Torsten is focused on economic research reports and forecast trends to help clients formulate purchasing strategies for a variety of products and services, including software, financial services, and insurance, transportation services and packaging products, and oil and gas markets. He is also instrumental in creating new solutions to help clients continue to make the best purchasing decisions possible.


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