Last Chance: Learn How Location Can Drive or Weaken Your Manufacturing Footprint
July 13, 2020 | Don’t forget to register for The Toy Association webinar, “Manufacturing Location Strategy Amidst Turbulent Times,” taking place on Thursday, July 16 at 2 p.m. (Eastern). The session will explore how companies can leverage manufacturing location as a competitive advantage.
The one-hour session will cover:
- manufacturing location strategy basics that can improve near- and long-term decisions
- advice on how to look past tariff- and pandemic-related supply chain disruptions
- how location can drive or diminish value in a company's manufacturing or contract manufacturing footprint
- additional factors that have led many manufacturers to establish and grow production capacity in China over the last two decades
Deloitte Consulting LLP’s Darin Buelow, principal and global location strategy leader, will present. Ed Desmond, executive vice president of external affairs at The Toy Association, will moderate.
This webinar is intended for toy professionals who currently, previously, or may in the future have manufacturing assets or contract manufacturing partners outside of the U.S. It is particularly relevant to those with existing production capacity in China or throughout Asia, or those considering establishing capacity in that region.
Questions may be directed to The Toy Association’s Anne McConnell, senior director of market research & data strategy.