Much about supply chains keeps business leaders awake at night. Rising costs, once thought a blip, are likely to persist into 2023 and beyond. Pandemic-related disruption, inflation, supply-chain bottlenecks and changing consumer spending patterns have converged with the long-term trends of increasing geopolitical tension, the digitisation of supply chains and a need to invest in sustainability. When business leaders want to reduce supply-chain costs, there are no easy fixes. Investments can take time to bear fruit, so it is vital to make the right decisions now to bring forward the pay-off. Join Economist Impact and three C-suite executives as they dive into the cost-plus world of supply chains and ask what business leaders must do to ensure supply chains remain efficient and effective.