Finance and banking businesses now expect the unexpected – but is yours prepared to run with any eventuality?
Last year’s optimistic expectations of a ‘new normal’ are long gone, and UK banks and financial firms are reluctantly buckled up for ongoing uncertainty – so there’s no time like the present when it comes to futureproofing your supply chain.
Recently, it feels as though world has woken up to an urgent need to be greener, with businesses and individuals from all walks of life seeking changes they can make to become more sustainable for the good of the planet — and its future inhabitants.
Procurement directors across the globe are tired of being told how they’re continuing to navigate unprecedented waters, that the world of work has changed for good, and that business leaders must innovate to turn a challenge into an opportunity – they know all too well the day-to-day struggles their teams are now facing.
In today’s society, financial directors all over the world are tackling spiralling costs across the board – something which has been accelerating rapidly due to rising costs in the wake of the pandemic and had a significant knock-on effect throughout the entire supply chain.