If the last few years have taught us anything, it’s that supply chain disruptions are unpredictable. This is especially true for e-commerce retailers who constantly face black swan events - environmental, societal, financial. In this situation, what do the next 5 years look like?
One thing is certain. Brands and retailers will keep increasing their direct-to-consumer (D2C) sales. This will help them build closer relationships with their consumers, gather important data and achieve higher profits.
In addition, experts estimate that the e-commerce market will triple by 2030 with 200 billion parcels requiring delivery every year. Market volatility can make it challenging to manage this projected large volume.
Here, the key to staying ahead of the curve is to future-proof e-commerce supply chains. But 4 main challenges stand in the way. We discuss this in further detail in our interactive guide, How to future-proof your e-commerce supply chain.
The four areas explored in-depth:
- Demand forecasting
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