How Small Businesses Can Win During Supply Chain Disruption: Sell Differently

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Kinks in the supply chain have proven to be far more disruptive and lasting than most businesses have anticipated, and according to the latest survey by the National Federation of Independent Business, the outlook is not expected to improve in the near-term. Even when supplies are available, prices continue to rise at unprecedented levels.

In prior articles, we’ve discussed pricing, planning and re-examining the supply chain as key tools small businesses can leverage to manage supply chain disruption. In the final article of this series, let’s talk about potentially taking some more drastic and unconventional measures.