Entry into emerging markets brings with it increased supply chain and operational challenges. Fragmented supply bases, divergent quality profiles as well as legal and political issues create further supply chain management risks.
McGill University's 12th Annual Supply Chain Management Conference seeks to explore the challenges of operating in an emerging economy by bringing together a select group of senior supply chain management executives from different industries.
"MANAGING SUPPLY CHAINS IN EMERGING MARKETS"
- Marshall Fisher, UPS Professor, Professor of Operations & Information Management, The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania
- Claire Auroi, Director, Supply Chain Business Development, Bombardier Aerospace
- Paul Tonsager, General Manager - Americas Global Shipping, CN WorldWide
- Alan Taliaferro, Senior Manager, Strategy & Operations / Supply Chain Management, Deloitte
- TBA soon, Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade
- Bernard Betts, VP - Worldwide Operations, Future Electronics
- Steve Radewych, Global General Manager, Supply Chain Management, Husky Injection Molding Systems Ltd.
- Student: $60 (part-time or full-time registered student. Must submit proof of their studies)
- Early Bird: $200 (before February 3rd)
Coffee breaks & lunch included.
Conference updates: http://www.mcgill.ca/desautels/mmm/conference
Conference flyer is attached (registration form on the 2nd page). More information and agenda will be available shortly.