Unfortunately, we have postponed this event to unavoidable scheduling issues with several event participants.
This is a key and timely topic and we are now looking at future dates.
The unravelling of the global supply chain was one of the most debilitating economic and geopolitical issues of 2021. Fragile prior to COVID-19, the effects of the Virus served to supercharge the vulnerabilities of the supply chain for commerce, public health, and national security.
In the state of Maryland, many of our most important industries and institutions ranging from biotechnology to the Department of Defense were severely affected.
As consumers, business leaders and policy makers continue to deal with the fallout, it’s time rethink the design and management of supply chains across sectors.
New questions must be asked about supplier redundancy, point of sale production, cybersecurity, and the increased use of emerging technologies such as Artificial Intelligence.
The event features a keynote from the indomitable Jennifer Bisceglie, CEO Interos Inc. and Greg Holt, their Director for Procurement. Interos is a much-in-demand, woman-owned company with a $Billion valuation. They apply resiliency solutions to the supply chain using the power of AI and machine learning to map, monitor, and model the entire supply chain to detect distress and vulnerabilities across global physical and digital supply chains.
Our iDisruptor Series facilitator, John Karabias, Vice President Growth, Strategy & Transformation Jacobs, and NMTC Board Member, will be sitting down for a fireside chat with several national experts including leading academic and University of Maryland logistics and business chair, Martin Dresner.
There's no more important time to rethink the 21st century supply chain. Join us on Feb 17th in partnership with the Maryland Technology Council as we consider new strategies for revolutionizing and making our supply chain more resilient.