dude, where’s my camera?
– supply chain lessons
Civic Engagement | Tech Industry
March 13, 2022
Ballroom, EU House at Native
During the pandemic, we have seen how creators, entrepreneurs, and small business owners struggled to get their hands on the products they needed to do business. Key among them were the semiconductors manufacturers rely upon to produce popular electronics like laptops, phones, and cameras.
COVID-19 has exposed various bottlenecks in the global trading system. Our panelists will explore the reasons for this crisis and share how policymakers are ensuring creative people and the businesses they depend on can once again have faith in the global trading system.
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NSC Senior Director for International Economics and Competitiveness
Peter Harrell is a leading expert on U.S. economic statecraft, including sanctions, export controls, trade policy, and other geoeconomic tools.
Director General, DG GROW, European Commission
Kerstin Jorna serves at the European Commission as the Director General for Internal Market, Industry, Entrepreneurship, and Small and Medium-sized Enterprises.
Bloomberg, White House Reporter
Jenny Leonard is a White House reporter for Bloomberg News, where she focuses on international economic issues.
President, Technicolor, Connected Home
Luis Martinez-Amago is the Deputy CEO of Technicolor, and the President and General Manager of the Connected Home Division.