[vc_row class=”custom_no_margin bottom_padding_40″][vc_column][vc_custom_heading text=”” font_container=”tag:h2|font_size:40px|text_align:center|color:%23113363|line_height:40px” use_theme_fonts=”yes” el_class=”text_bold”][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column width=”6/12″ el_class=”left_column”][vc_column_text]Ideas chart workflow The global supply chain is becoming very complex with the addition of emerging markets and new suppliers all over the world. It is becoming increasingly hard to manage global retail sourcing and the enormous amount of data that comes along with both new and existing, products, suppliers and factories.

Industry experts, governments and scholars concur that supply chain safety should be both non-competitive and non-negotiable. While the retail industry agrees and looks to ensure consumer trust they also need to stay competitive through various cost cutting measures and the ability to increase product innovation and speed to market.

In the latest CBX Webcast series John Keogh and Eric Linxwiler will discuss business opportunities for Small and Mid-Sized Retailers who are looking to expand their bottom line by way of scaling business operations through aggressive growth strategies, including private label and supplier base expansion.

In this webinar, John and Eric discuss how retailers can tap into the power of Blockchain, Automation and Digital Technology to:

  1. Increase Supply Chain Safety while boosting speed-to-market
  2. Consolidate decision making across product development, quality, supplier compliance and sourcing to empower your team.
  3. Business automation to grow and scale business operations throughout the global supplier network.

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