Why supply chain risk needs
to be back in focus

The coming wave of regulation, and how to respond

Dun & Bradstreet research shows many business leaders no longer see supply chain risk as one of the main threats to their operations. However one expert warns they may be underestimating the impact of a regulatory shift that will kick demands for supply chain transparency and reporting into overdrive.

Supply chain risk emerged during COVID-19 as a major source of concern, as lockdowns and unpredictable border controls became material threats to business continuity. Yet as memories of the pandemic recede and economic conditions tighten, supply chain resilience appears to have fallen down the list of business priorities.