On-Demand Webinar: Supply Chain Due Diligence Act, What You Need to Know Watch Now! Germany’s Supply Chain Due Diligence Act, Lieferkettengesetz, - which takes effect next year - will require companies that have supply chains and/or suppliers in Germany to take measures to prevent risks related to human rights, labor practices, environment violations and more. This includes direct and indirect suppliers located in Germany. As 2023 approaches, it’s important to carve out time to do a supplier risk analysis and get ahead of any potential issues. Ask yourself: do you have visibility into your suppliers' suppliers? Are you prepared to pivot quickly should an ESG violation surface? Discover strategies companies can leverage to get ahead of Germany’s Supply Chain Due Diligence Act. Hosted by Resilinc’s – Managing Director, EU, Sahil Kothadia & Senior Product Marketing Manager, Katie Rodgers this session covered: A deeper look at the Supply Chain Due Diligence Act and what companies need to be aware of Why ESG supplier assessments need to be a top priority when it comes to supply chain resiliency How to build a cohesive supplier risk assessment program, across all areas of ESG How companies are using AI and mapping data to quickly identify high-risk suppliers, sites, and parts (lessons learned in the trenches) Speakers Sahil Kothadia Managing Director, EU, Resilinc Sahil Kothadia is Resilinc’s Managing Director of European Operations. He has 20+ years of experience in managing multi-project program, onshore/offshore delivery models, client-facing roles, and stakeholder management at the director level, consistently achieving high customer satisfaction. He is an MSP/Prince2 registered practitioner program manager with a proven track record of managing and providing delivery/finance governance for large successful IT programs/projects. Katie Rodgers Senior Product Marketing Manager, Resilinc Katie Rodgers is Resilinc's Senior Product Marketing Manager. She is skilled in strategic branding, market re-positioning, content marketing, and business development. She aims at achieving equilibrium between sales and marketing to enhance market share and increase revenue growth.