Acquire Best Supply Chain Practices to Minimize Risk from Financially Troubled Customers
June 29, 2020 | Toy professionals still have time to register for this Thursday’s Toy Association webinar, which will review best practices to help companies minimize risk and maximize recovery when doing business with a financially troubled customer, particularly during the pandemic.
Taking place July 2 at 2 p.m. (Eastern), the one-hour webinar, “Best Supply Chain Practices for Dealing with Financially Distressed Customers Amid COVID-19,” will cover various remedies available to enhance trade vendors’ rights and how these tools can improve one’s status as a creditor. It will also discuss how these tools can help businesses continue to work together while offering significant risk protection.
Jason M. Torf, a bankruptcy and creditors’ rights partner at Ice Miller LLP, will present. The Toy Association’s Paul Vitale, executive vice president of finance & operations, will moderate.
The webinar is best suited for individuals involved in credit, finance, and legal functions. Registration is free for members and $49 for non-members.
As with all Toy Association webinars, the session will be recorded and available post-event for those who are unable to participate live. For questions, please email Anne McConnell, senior director of market research & data strategy at The Toy Association.