Asia Perspective has been conducting sourcing surveys for the last decade, measuring the perception of Asian sourcing markets and how it changes over time. This research is based on an extensive survey focused on giving a unique forward-looking indication of what companies experience and what they perceive in the future.
This year, the survey focuses on companies looking to diversify their supply chain to alternative sourcing markets, the prevalence of this phenomenon, and the underlying causes.
During the event, we will hear from Johan Annell, Partner at Asia Perspective, present the result and talk about:
- What is the current sourcing situation in China and in other parts of Asia?
- What will sourcing look like post-Shanghai lockdown and what are the long-lasting effects stemming from it?
- How could companies diversify their supply chain to avoid future risks?
- Which are the most attractive sourcing countries and regions rather than China in the future? Moving home or moving to SEA?
- How could companies handle the increasing demand for transparency and compliance on sustainability in the supply chain?
- How could companies re-assess the rapidly shifting costs and risks following a turbulent year of supply chain disruptions and uncertain macro-outlooks?
This event will have both online version and offline version in Beijing
Date: September 7, 2022
Time: 3:00 – 4:00 PM Beijing Time
Offline Venue in Beijing : TBC
Online link: Will be sent to online participants 1 day prior to the event.
About the speaker
Johan Annell, Partner at Asia Perspective
Johan Annell manages the Beijing branch of Asia Perspective. His expertise lies in business transformation, restructuring, and manufacturing operations. Johan has long worked with large Swedish companies in enhancing operations, executing strategy, and establishing partnerships in China. He is experienced in automotive, sustainable materials, industrial equipment, communications technology, and industrial applications of IoT. Johan is fluent in Mandarin and has an M.Sc. in Industrial Engineering & Management from Chalmers University of Technology, as well as an M.Sc. in Financial Economics from Gothenburg University.