Sourcing: In search of clarity

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As global supply chains grumble, Hong Kong must not stumble. The city’s sourcing sector gears up for more turbulent times ahead.

Sourcing. Noun. “The act of obtaining goods or components from a specified source,” reads the Collins Dictionary. Simple enough, right? Well, the situation for this pillar of Hong Kong’s economy has never been more complicated.  

Take a deep dive into the sourcing industry's latest developments.

Thanks to our interviewees in this edition:

  • Christophe Roussel, Head of Global Sourcing, Gap Inc.
  • Joyce Chau, Asia Pacific Director, amfori
  • Edwin Keh, CEO, HKRITA
  • May Lam, Vice President - IT, Newtimes Group

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