Supply Chains

Taking big leaps in value chain resilience: adaptation and transformation

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Only 12% of manufacturers' value chains are sufficiently protected from future disruptions. Image: REUTERS/Carlos Barria

Felipe Bezamat
Head of Advanced Manufacturing Industry, World Economic Forum Geneva
Memia Fendri
Initiatives and Community Lead, Advanced Manufacturing and Value Chains, World Economic Forum
Markus Vejvar
Project Fellow, Navigating Global Value Chain Disruption, World Economic Forum & Kearney
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