Overcoming the frays: “COVID-19’s Impact on the Textile and Apparel Industry”
An informative webinar presented by Braumiller Law Group Director of Educational Services, Linnea Deeds
Monday, June 15th, 10:00 am – 11:00 am CDT
The COVID-19 global pandemic has devastated the world’s economies, undermined companies and left millions of workers abandoned. As a critical export industry for developing countries, apparel and textile firms are on the front lines experiencing both the brunt of pandemic and the possible positives to come from it.
This webinar will cover:
- Assessing current risks
- Supporting strategic partners
- Developing a post-pandemic game plan
- Finding the silver lining
Who should attend:
- Compliance professionals
- Risk managers
- Procurement teams
- Corporate social responsibility teams
- Logistic and supply chain teams
To register, please click on the image below.
Meet the Speaker:
Linnea Deeds, Dir. Educational Services
Braumiller Consulting Group, LLC
Linnea’s passion for continuous improvement and strategic solutions permeates her client approach. Whether designing custom training programs or supporting clients’ operational needs, Linnea’s keen awareness of the complex interplay and hand-offs within a global supply chain benefit clients in significant and measurable ways. As a seasoned 29 year veteran, she has saved companies millions in fines and penalties. She routinely devises approaches focused on minimizing duty outlays while complying with Customs regulations. She enjoys streamlining processes to reduce expenses while increasing global compliance. Linnea adeptly develops strategies to resolve complex compliance issues for both domestic and international entities. A born-teacher, Linnea leads Braumiller Consulting’s education program by designing, developing and presenting training on a broad-range of trade topics. She also coordinates and supports the educational efforts of our extensive team of trade professionals. Read Linnea’s full bio here.
This webinar is approved for
1 CCS/CES/MES credit.