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Supply chains and strategies for production in Asia – Johan Annell, partner at Asia Perspective

The past couple of years have been challenging for global supply chains, with soaring freight prices, shortage in semiconductors and other electrical components, disruptions causing supply shortages of goods, and closed factories. Simultaneously, the COVID-19 pandemic has obstructed Nordic firms’ ability to travel to Asia and meet existing suppliers, develop their supply chains, and adapt to the changing landscape as Asia develops.

In this webinar, Johan Annell, partner at Asia Perspective and resident in Beijing since 2019, will give an insight into how Asia is developing, as well as provide practical insights into how Nordic companies can handle the challenges, solve operational problems, manage risks, and strategically plan their supply chains in Asia.

Time: Tuesday 1/3, at 12:10-12:55 (Swedish time)
Place: The event will be held as a webinar in English. Link to the webinar will be sent out on the morning of March 1.

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Johan Annell, MSc in financial economics at School of Business, Economics and Law at Gothenburg University, as well as MSc in engineering in Industrial Economy from Chalmers, graduated 2013. Annell started learning Chinese (mandaring) 2010 and has since been engaged in business and networking in Asia. He is currently working in Beijing, at the Swedish-founded company Asia Perspective, and is involved with helping Nordic businesses with suppliers, clients and business operations in Asia.