Scenario Planning: Preparing for a Possible Storm

As the potential for more friction in US-China trade relations are likely to continue due to actions taken by Beijing and Washington, it will be essential for companies to begin “scenario planning” to understand how operations, supply chains, IP, personnel and market share may be impacted if bilateral relations continue to deteriorate.

Martin+Crumpton Group will brief us on the following topics:

  • What is future scenario planning?
  • What value does it provide to companies?
  • Can it predict “black swans” like the Russian invasion of Ukraine?
  • How can it challenge a company’s assumptions (and the assumptions of a company’s local team in China)?

Martin+Crumpton Group is an intelligence-driven geopolitical, risk management, and strategic communications advisory firm that helps its clients identify market opportunities and threats, mitigate risk, and deconstruct public opinion in shaping corporate strategy. Its multidisciplinary team, which includes many professionals with US intelligence and national security backgrounds, combines seasoned risk management and cybersecurity experts, multilingual geopolitical intelligence analysts, a global network of collectors, and public strategy professionals to craft customized solutions for the most vexing challenges. 

Their presentation will be followed by a Q&A session moderated by Gillea Benitez, Senior Manager for Government Affairs.  Please direct questions about the briefing in advance to H.K. Park, Managing Director, Martin+Crumpton Group ([email protected]).

This event is open to the public.

As the potential for more friction in US-China trade relations are likely to continue due to actions taken by Beijing and Washington, it will be essential for companies to begin “scenario planning” to understand how operations, supply chains, IP, personnel and market share may be impacted if bilateral relations continue to deteriorate.

Martin+Crumpton Group briefed us on the following topics:

  • What is future scenario planning?
  • What value does it provide to companies?
  • Can it predict “black swans” like the Russian invasion of Ukraine?
  • How can it challenge a company’s assumptions (and the assumptions of a company’s local team in China)?

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Event Details

When:
Thursday, June 23, 2022 - 11:00am to 12:00pm
Where:
United States

Registration

Deadline:
Wednesday, June 22, 2022 - 2:00pm
Cost:
Free