Press Mentions

Commercial Risk: Supply Chain Disruption May Worsen in 2023

Written by Supply Wisdom Team

Commercial Risk Supply Chain Disruption
In 2023, supply chain operations will continue to be disrupted by a variety of factors, including ongoing or emerging geopolitical conflicts, inflationary pressures and a deflationary environment, extreme weather related to climate change, and other problems that have not yet surfaced. Supply chain disruption will persist into next year and could even worsen.

Next year is shaping up to be another volatile 12 months for supply chains, with simmering geopolitical tensions, climate change, and the threat of recession poised to cause further disruptions.

Atul Vashistha, Chairman & CEO of Supply Wisdom, shares his views on supply chain disruption during his interview for Commercial Risk.


SVB Collapse - Comprehensive TPRM Analysis

The Collapse of SVB: Analysis of Risk Indicators and Next Steps for TPRM

Get Supply Wisdom’s comprehensive analysis on SVB, including indicators across a full spectrum of risks, the causes of the collapse, and precautionary steps you can take in response to the SVB collapse.