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BRC to host webinar on COVID-19 impact on retail supply chains

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The Coronavirus pandemic has caused unprecedented levels of disruption and instability in the global and local manufacturing and supply chain.

As part of the shift, countries and local producers are struggling to maintain production and keep their supply routes open as they enter different phases of the pandemic.

In response to this, the British Retail Consortium will be hosting two webinars in a bid to help retailers better understand the current supply chain situation, both internationally and locally in the United Kingdom.

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INTERNATIONAL SUPPLY CHAIN – May 13:

Coronavirus: What are the Global Supply Chain Implications Right Now?

The BRC with IBM, one of the world’s largest international technology companies, will be assessing intelligence on the ground and helping to provide a clearer picture of the immediate and likely longer-term changes to the global trading situation.

LOCAL SUPPLY CHAIN – May 28:

Coronavirus: How Can Retailers Manage Local Supply Chain Demands?

The BRC and SAS UK and Ireland will be looking at the current situation in UK supply chains, sharing learnings and offering practical advice and solutions to help you through this immediate period of difficulty.

RETAIL TRENDS DURING COVID-19 – May 19:

On May 19 join our BRC Insight & Analytics experts for analysis of how the COVID-19 crisis has impacted the retail industry.  See how purchasing behaviour has changed as we’ve moved through different phases of this crisis, understand how different retail sectors have been affected, and what the outlook could be for the industry moving forward.

Register and find out more about the events HERE.

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