Finding new suppliers
A strong supplier base can help your business become more resilient in times of uncertainty.
Supply chains can be complex and fragile.
Having a strong supply chain, whatever your business model, is vital in giving you agility in times of change, and certainty that you can meet any surges in demand.
In this guide, we set out three steps that you could consider to make your supply chain work harder for you, all with a view to helping your business thrive during times of uncertainty.
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Optimise your supply chain
Making sure your supply chain is working at its best is critical in uncertain financial times.
Businesses need to maximise cost efficiencies and lower risk whilst maintaining that all important agility, ready to pivot quickly towards the next opportunity.
Knowing the right place to turn to for guidance though can be a challenge.
With tips on everything from keeping shipping costs down to reducing import costs, our Guide to Building Business Resilience could help your business prepare for the future.