Due to advances in technology, the transport sector is going through a major change – from smart ticketing, payments and information, to new multimodal mobility initiatives and autonomous vehicles, it really is an exciting time to be in the transport sector. But what is the actual future of transport? A panel of thought-leading experts from Transport Focus, International Transport Forum and Multi Modal Transport Solutions, discuss this and much more in the Intelligent Transport Conference webinar
Watch this webinar to hear panellists discuss visions for the future of buses and public transport in major urban environments, with a specific focus on delivering a next generation customer experience; ensuring speed and efficiency of end-to-end journeys; and the implementation of a truly sustainable transport network.This panel discussion brought together industry experts from a range of backgrounds to share perspectives on the future of buses and public transport in major urban environments.
The definition of supplier diversity
How having a diverse supply base can enhance reputation and revenue, as well as reduce risk
Ways to overcome common pitfalls when establishing a supplier diversity programme
The importance of measuring success and progress to maintain momentum - and how to go about it
Examples of good practice in action
This in-depth briefing will cover what to expect from continuing supply chain risks, including increasing regulations, risk convergence, and risk evolution. Plus, a look at other challenges on the horizon, including shifts in trade policy that may contribute to further disruptions, the influence of consumer behavior and automation, and lingering Covid-related impacts. It also discusses a new organizational approach to supply chain risk, which suggests key future areas on which to focus, such as the need for end-to-end risk assessments, heightened verification, and new ways to communicate more efficiently throughout the supply chain