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Supply Chain Survival Guide: Building Proactive Resilience Before a Natural Disaster Strikes

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Welcome to SiliconExpert’s webinar series Supply Chain Survial Guide, where we explore new thoughts, ideas, advice, stories of the past, and predictions of the future.

Don’t miss one of our most relevant and valuable webinars! Natural disasters threaten global supply chains on a daily basis and are a leading cause of global devestation. Modern weather patterns are causing natural disasters to intensify more than ever before in supply chain history. In this webinar, we will be openly discussing and evaluating how to best prepare for the natural disaster to ensure your organization can avoid costly line down situations.

SiliconExpert’s own SCRM product manager, Victoria Gregory, will share best practices to navigate today’s unpredictable events and protect your vulnerable supply chain. You will also receive expert advice for managing the most common problems, and have the opportunity to ask your own questions during a live Q&A.

This webinar will explore:

  • How to plan for every part
  • What it means to design for supply chain
  • Best practices to identify vulnerabilities and build in resiliency
  • The need for cross-functional collaboration to build a stronger supply chain

*Photo Credit: Tekweni – stock.adobe.com


Victoria Gregory

Product Manager in Supply Chain

After graduating from MIT, Victoria started a custom hardware manufacturing platform, where she built from the ground-up a new type of high-tech consumer electronics factory in Mexico. She continues to innovate in the supply chain space through developing automated software-driven manufacturing and supply chain tools.

Tara Robinson

Product Marketing Manager

For over 10 years, Tara has been helping customers understand how to get the most out of the products in their lives. She’s worked with big CPG brands, as well as global developers, to ideate and execute messaging campaigns that bridge the gap between innovation and utilization.

February 8, 2023 @ 11:30 am - 12:30 pm EST