#UnderConstruction | Why A Supply Chain Meetup in New York?

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  • Purchasing and procurement,
  • Supply chain management,
  • Supply chain finance,
  • Trade finance,
  • Risk management,
  • Regulations and compliance,
  • Corporate banking,
  • Transactional banking,
  • Corporate treasury,
  • Insurance,
  • Customs and excise,
  • Payments,
  • Contract law,
  • Trade law,
  • Etc.
  • In 2016 New York had total exports of $74,406,138,530, and
  • In 2016 New York had total imports of $130,179,226,114.
  • There are nearly 40,000 businesses in New York that sell products overseas, of which 94% are small and medium-size companies which accounted for 53% of the export volume.
  • New York’s top-ten export partners are Canada, Hong Kong, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, Israel, Belgium, India, Mexico, China, and France.
  • New York’s top-ten import partners are China, Canada, India, Switzerland, Israel, France, Italy, the United Kingdom, Germany, Belgium.
  • Promote entrepreneurs working on solving supply chain problems,
  • Hear how mature companies in different industries are solving their current supply chain problems and planning for the future,
  • Nurture collaboration between mature companies and startups to enable the implementation of promising supply chain platforms in the real world,
  • Explore what new technologies can do to hasten dramatic efficiency gains in global supply chain networks,
  • Promote academic research on topics related to increasing supply chain efficiency,
  • Engage public policy experts and regulators on issues related to supply chain . . . and other things I have not thought of yet.

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