Inside "the most radical supply chain shift since World War II," w/Interos CEO Jennifer Bisceglie
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Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, and the sanctions that followed, have radically impacted supply chains around the world. Jennifer Bisceglie, CEO of Interos, a risk-management firm focused on supply chains, has seen her company’s risk dashboards light up in new and far-reaching ways. Mary businesses are more exposed than they realize, she says, with tech businesses surprisingly facing some of the highest risk. Driven by this disruption, a more sophisticated supply chain is coming together in real-time. Those who get on board now, she says, will have a competitive advantage in the long run. Read a transcript of this episode: Subscribe to the Masters of Scale weekly newsletter: See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
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