About This Exclusive Summit
The 2021 Global Shoe Sourcing Summit is a live webinar series and resource center for sourcing, supply chain, compliance and factory executives, directors and professionals, running February 22–25, 2021. The series features leading shoe sourcing executives and experts sharing exclusive insights into how they are changing their business operations as they shift shoe sourcing around the globe. Attendees will get information and insights you cannot find elsewhere—ensuring you understand new opportunities, prepare for what is ahead, and gain new ideas to optimize your sourcing and supply chain operations in new countries. View the series agenda here.
This special summit will run over 4 days. Each day there will be an interactive webinar featuring shoe execs discussing key countries and hot topics. You will hear new tips, best practices, and what to prepare for in 2021 and beyond related to sourcing, compliance and supply chain management. Attendees will also have access to our sourcing resource center with in-depth data and analysis on global shoe production by country and product type (fashion, athletic, kids, and more), as well as experts sharing key tips. REGISTER NOW
Who are some of the key speakers sharing strategy and insights?
Click here to see our amazing speaker line up
Ezra Goldman, Caleres
Eric Goldner, Columbia Sportswear
Michael Hanrahan, SuperDry International, Ltd.
Mike Jeppesen, Wolverine Worldwide
Gretchen Jezerc, First Insight
Sandeep Khatua, TÜV SÜD America, Inc.
Darren Glenister, Material Exchange
Desmond Wong, Steve Madden
Luka Odak, Jones & Vining
Jeff Leake, Quality Corrections & Inspections
Contact FDRA to get more info on our speakers, topics, or how this on-demand format works.
About the Global Shoe Sourcing e-Series
Countries we will focus on during this event
Topics we will cover
Supply chain traceability
Digital innovation and automation
Factory worker issues from wages to working conditions
What to keep in mind as you shift your sourcing
Consumer demand impacting factory orders
New trade issues impacting duty costs