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Webinar: Supply Chain Essentials
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Webinar: Supply Chain Essentials

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This is a unique and challenging time for business with ever changing scenarios and information. To assist SMEs in this environment Austmine has partnered with the Federal Government’s Entrepreneurs’ Programme to bring together practical suggestions for business continuity and managing through uncertainty with a webinar series “Managing Your Business In Difficult Times”.

Part 4 of our series will focus on Supply Chain Essentials. The unfolding crisis from COVID-19 is impacting the day-to-day operations of businesses around the world, with many facing challenges from supply chain disruption – from lack of component production through to logistical issues. In this landscape businesses relying directly on raw materials or products must now consider the development of a set of time-based supply continuity strategies to de-risk ongoing and future supply.

Experts will join the team to explore supply chain risk mitigation strategies based on immediate, short to medium and, as recovery occurs, a longer-term view.

Guest Speaker - Henry Brunekreef, Director, KPMG

Discussion Topic:

  • Developing an emergency business continuity plan for the immediate to short term
    • Developing partnerships with alternative suppliers
  • Short to medium term supply chain strategy
    • Supply chain network design
    • Continued development of ongoing relationships with potentially new suppliers
    • Assessment of performance
  • Medium to Long-Term (future strategy)
    • Defining stock and inventory levels to protect supply cost effectively
    • Pricing strategies with longer term suppliers and partners
    • Supply chain service performance measuring
    • Continuous improvement and ongoing relationship development

At the end of the webinar, there will also be an opportunity to ask questions of the panel.

The information in this webinar is provided for general informational and educational purposes only and is not a substitute for professional advice.

Webinar Details

Date: Thursday 23 April
Time: 1.00 - 1.45PM (AEDT)
Cost: Free, but registration is essential

Member Portal Assistance: You will need to log in to the member portal to register for this webinar. Contact for assistance.

Speaking Opportunity: If you are interested in speaking on our webinars contact

Webinar Series: Click here for more information on the Managing Your Business in Difficult Times webinar series.

Series Registration: If you would like to register for the entire series, please contact

About the Entrepreneurs' Programme

The Entrepreneurs' Programme is the Australian Government’s flagship initiative for business competitiveness and productivity. It forms part of the Government’s National Innovation and Science Agenda.

The Programme uses experienced Advisers and Facilitators, drawn from industry, to ensure businesses get the advice and support they need to improve their competitiveness, productivity and to maximize their growth potential.

Practical support for businesses, researchers and entrepreneurs includes: advice from people with relevant private sector experience, co-funded grants to commercialise novel intellectual property in the form of new products, processes and services, funding to take advantage of growth opportunities, and connection and collaboration opportunities.

Austmine partners with the Australian Government in delivering the programme for the Mining Equipment, Technology and Services (METS) sector and the Oil, Gas and Resources Sector. We have seven, independent, industry-experienced, Business Advisers and Facilitators based around Australia. For more information please click here.


Export event Date: 23 Apr 2020, 1:00 PM - 23 Apr 2020, 1:45 PM

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