British Chamber of Commerce Singapore

The British Chamber of Commerce Singapore is an independent membership organisation committed to helping strengthen the ties between the UK and Singapore. We have done so since 1954.

Whether you are just starting your research into ASEAN by scoping the market opportunities in Singapore, have established your business and seeking growth, building connections to the UK Government, or looking for brand exposure and employee development opportunities, the Chamber is here to support your needs at every stage of your journey.

With a full calendar of activities throughout the year including events, publications and opportunities to collaborate with our members, the Chamber team is available to help as a point of resource, introductions, networking, learning and profile-raising.

Our goal is to deliver Member Value through the services we offer that all work towards supporting our members in achieving your business objectives and aligning with our Mission of Building Networks, Connecting Businesses, and Creating Opportunities.

All benefit from our leading position as a strong and credible voice for our members and British businesses in Singapore and beyond.

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About the Webinar


Neither individuals nor companies have been immune to the impact that the current pandemic has had on our global network of Supply Chains.

Whether it is due to being unable to purchase your favourite overseas brand in a supermarket, satisfy tightened export/import regulations or receive essential components to further manufacture goods, COVID has shown that our global supply chains lack resilience.

During this webinar we initially assess the current macroeconomic and geopolitical landscape and investigate how these influences have redefined the flow of trade, as well as the future working practises of supply chain.

With thanks to our Panel:

  • Mark Rathbone, Partner, PwC Singapore
  • Jonathan Wharfe, Group Head Of Procurement (Chief Procurement Officer) at ESSENTRA PLC
  • Marc Philipp, Management Consulting Leader, PwC South East Asia Consulting, PwC Singapore
  • Max Lin, EM Asia Strategy at Natwest Markets


We will hear from organisations that have themselves had to quickly repair, rethink and reconfigure their Supply Chain, seeking ways to mitigate risk of future disruption, incorporate changing consumer demands such as sustainability and balance potential increased overheads.

This webinar aims to share best practise, recognise where forced change may now be here to stay and look to the future to understand how other companies may apply these insights to better their robustness.

We will discuss:

  • How will China respond to the change of supply and buyer habits from the west?
  • What will be the impact on Singapore and how will SG respond?
  • How Singapore responds and adjusts to the long-term impacts, maintain its positions and shape future opportunities.
  • Macro-economic factors, recent trade deals like Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP)
  • Impact of trade deals and supply chains on Asian currencies.


Mark Rathbone (Partner & Asia Pacific Capital Projects & Infrastructure Leader at PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP)

Mark Rathbone

Partner & Asia Pacific Capital Projects & Infrastructure Leader at PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP

Jonathan Wharfe (Global Head of Procurement at Essentra)

Jonathan Wharfe

Global Head of Procurement at Essentra

Max Lin (EM Asia Strategy at Natwest Markets)

Max Lin

EM Asia Strategy at Natwest Markets

Marc Philipp (Management Consulting Leader, PwC South East Asia Consulting at PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP)

Marc Philipp

Management Consulting Leader, PwC South East Asia Consulting at PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP


Member PriceFree


Public PriceS$28.04

For Members & Staff of the British Chamber Global Network

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