We live in a VUCA world, consumers are becoming more and more demanding and companies must find ways to perform and transform at the same time. Change seems to be the only constant. Digitalization offers opportunities to cope with some of these current challenges. Carina Tyralla, VP Global Supply Chain Management at TOM TAILOR Group, an international fashion and lifestyle company, will connect theory with real-life experiences, talk about the advantages of digital versus non-digital processes and provide insights into TOM TAILOR’s Supply Chain strategy.
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In a short presentation-cum-demo, we will show a retail-oriented app for compliance management in ethical sourcing – as prototypical example of use cases empowered by RunMyProcess. RunMyProcess is a service offering for business apps and business portals – its powerful Cloud-based platform streamlines the process of building, deploying and running enterprise grade business applications. Customers worldwide have used it to achieve process optimizations, integration of previously unconnected digital silos, and empowerment of totally new business models.
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Vikram has advised clients on acquiring entities in the digital payments space, acquiring card payment businesses through asset sales, interacting with regulators to implement online business models for his clients and managing related investigations and disputes.
As India counsel, Vikram has assisted his overseas technology clients in suits against the Indian Railways (in Lucknow District Courts) and in enforcing foreign arbitral awards against Indian counterparts (in the Delhi High Court). In addition, Vikram has independently assisted Indian subsidiaries of overseas companies in defending suits filed by ex-employees in local courts in Delhi.
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Guohua is a co-founder of Zhang Yu & Partners, a member of the Osborne Clarke global network in China. Guohua has more than a decade of experience in advising foreign investors doing business in China. He regularly advises international clients on the legal frameworks for undertaking business in China, appropriate corporate structures, underlying contractual arrangements, regulatory compliance, labour and employment matters, and other wide-ranging legal issues concerning international clients in China, with particular focus upon clients from the sectors of digital business, media, retail, and transport and automobile.
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Katie is a partner specialising in regulatory compliance and risk particularly in the fields of food law, product safety, health and safety and consumer protection.
Businesses come to her when they need help on the composition, labelling or packaging of a product and often when they are seeking to launch into new markets. Katie’s work includes advising on supply chain management and the requirements that businesses need to meet to secure traceability and safety of product. She regularly manages multi-jurisdictional compliance projects with the aim of providing practical and risk-based advice so that business stakeholders can make decisions and implement the advice easily.
She is a ranked lawyer in Chambers for her product liability: food and health and safety practice where clients have described her as “exceptional” and appreciated her “support, friendly style and excellent counsel”.
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