Future of Consumption

How to keep essential value chains moving during the COVID-19 crisis

Employees manufacturing face masks in a factory near Jakarta, Indonesia Image: Antara Foto/Yulius Satria Wijaya/ via REUTERS

Zara Ingilizian

Head of Shaping the Future of Consumption; Member of the Executive Committee, World Economic Forum

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