Anti-globalisation movements, growing nationalistic sentiments, supply chains impacted by the coronavirus ... recent times have seen amplified pressures on globalised supply chains and markets.
Strategic supply localisation programmes are at the forefront of a change in which economic diversification, environmental sustainability, nationalisation of key infrastructures and supply chains, leveraging of local resources and workforce becomes increasingly important – both in the business and political agenda.
Measuring the impact of these localisation programmes is important to ensure investments are made in the right areas. But quantifying success is never easy, especially when it comes to measuring the return on investment of long-term strategic development initiatives.
Download this whitepaper to find out more about the importance and methodologies of measuring the impact and return on investment of localisation programmes.