Technology and data in the world of commercial trade and supply chains

April 3, 2023 06:30 PM Singapore (Registration will open at 06:00 PM.)


Global supply chains have experienced tremendous disruptions over the last few years resulting in a pursuit of resilience. While there are many ways of creating resilience in an enterprise’s value chain including the more headline grabbing trends of re-shoring, securing critical minerals; there are also companies pushing hard for digitalization of cross border operations to better cushion foreseeable and unforeseeable shocks. The use of big data and technology initiatives is not only limited to the private sector but also in the public sector as well. The speaker will share on some of the big data initiatives being adopted in a seemingly far removed world of commercial trade and supply chains.

About the Speaker

Mok Sze Xin, Associate Director, Indirect Tax, Asia Pacific Tax Centre, Ernst & Young

Sze Xin read Philosophy, Politics and Economics as an undergraduate at Oxford University, followed by a M.A in Political Science at Columbia University. She later graduated with an M .Eng in Logistics at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), and an Masters of Engineering in Logistics, Materials and Supply Chain Management from SUTD. She currently works as a Director in EY, consults, speaks and publishes on global trade, cross-border supply chain and operational model effectiveness issues, always moving to integrate diverse ideas and innovate with technology to provide better solutions.

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Mok Sze Xin (Ernst & Young) - Technology and data in the world of commercial trade and supply chains