June 25, 2020
Sannam S4’s partner, Santander Bank, organised a webinar session to discuss the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on retail and wholesale supply chains.
Retailers and wholesalers in the UK are facing major changes to their supply chains as they make the transition to a “new normal,” and the need to be agile in uncertain times is becoming very clear. Supply chain diversification is important to UK businesses and they are considering new sourcing channels, potentially in India.
As the UK finally begins to move out of lockdown, wholesalers and retailers are surveying the cost of the coronavirus pandemic and working hard to learn the lessons of the crisis. Not least, many firms have suffered serious supply chain disruption and are now keen to build more diversified models that will provide greater resilience in the future. India in particular offers attractive opportunities in this regard, both for market entry and those looking to build their engagement.
Our panelists agree that India is well placed to meet market needs.
Join host John Carroll, Head of International & Transaction Banking, Santander and the following panelists to learn more:
- Edward Dixon, Group COO, and Managing Director, Sannam S4
- Richard Lim, CEO of Retail Economics
- Gus Bartholomew, Co-Founder, Supply Compass
- Deepak Mohindra, Editor-In-Chief, Apparel Online (India, Bangladesh, and Vietnam)
To listen to the webinar, click below: