Supply Chain Finance
The complex supply chain ecosystem – especially for multinational companies that work with suppliers globally. The health of a global supply chain isn’t just measured by revenue and profits. A more relevant indicator is how efficiently capital flows between buyers and suppliers. Slow moving capital, much like slow moving inventory, creates unnecessary costs and inefficiencies in a supply chain.
Working capital is critical to every business, but its importance is underscored in an environment that is inherently more susceptible to global and regional economic shifts, industry volatility, geopolitical changes, manmade and natural disasters, and many other factors. To be considered high performing, global supply chains must be agile, innovative and competitive in spite of these variables – and all that’s fueled by working capital. Given these factors, it’s no surprise that finance and procurement professionals are seeking ways to more easily access working capital that is trapped in their supply chains.
We will be discussing the following questions during the chat:
1. A win-win situation for SMEs and Corporate Banks. Comment.
2. Is unpredictable cash flows ultimately affecting Buyer and Supplier relation? Your take on this.
3. How can we improve overall financial stability of the SC?
4. Your views on FinTech Players with Banks.
Log in your Twitter account, Join us @CPOInnovation #TSC2019 and tweet your views on SUPPLY CHAIN FINANCE with other Industry leaders at 3pm-4pm on 30th May.
Join us @CPOInnovation #TSC2019 Tweet Chat, which will be a precursor to the Tech Supply Chain Conference, Exposition & Awards 2019 on the 19th – 20th September 2019 in Mumbai.