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Lower Your Cost of Doing Business with a Solid Supply Chain Management Strategy
Recorded Webinar (online)
Supply Chain Management Strategy for Lowering Cost
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About the event

During these unprecedented times, many small businesses are struggling to survive. The focus for many of these business owners is to return to profitability and to develop a plan for continuous improvement.
In this webinar, presented by Wilbert Long Jr (CEO, Strategic Supply Chain Solutions) and Christopher Cox (President, Strategic Supply Chain Solutions), we will discuss the impact that the cost of your goods purchased will have in the area of profitability, your plan to continuous improvement, and the road to recovery.
You’ll learn about:

  • Important considerations of purchasing goods and services in today’s business environment
  • Cost saving opportunities in your Supply Chain
  • Developing a cost savings strategy
  • And more…
About the presenters
Wilbert Long Jr.
Wilbert Long Jr. serves as Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer of Strategic Supply Chain Solutions, LLC. He has more than 30 years of experience using exceptional communication and leadership skills to coach, manage, and motivate diverse professionals in challenging environments in Supply Chain Management, Procurement and Operations executive.
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Christopher Cox
Christopher Cox is Vice Chairman of the Board and President and Co-founder of Strategic Supply Chain Solutions, an organization that partners with companies to help reduce their purchased costs on almost everything that they buy.
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