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Spearheaded by The University of Tennessee, home to one of the leading programs in supply chain management, The Global Supply Chain Forum offers an unprecedented opportunity to learn about strategies and leadership tools that drive effective global supply chain management from some of the leading thinkers and practitioners in the field. This international collaboration brings together four premier learning institutes consistently recognized by U.S. News & World Report, The Wall Street Journal and Financial Times for educational excellence. (ESSEC Business School Paris, Singapore; Central European University Business School & Instituto de Logistica e Supply Chain.)
The Global Supply Chain Forum offers a unique opportunity for global faculty and supply chain executives to come together, in one of five major worldwide business regions, to dialogue about supply chain issues they are confronting in a variety of industries and countries. The topics for these meetings in France, Singapore, Brazil, Hungary and the United States are informed by the supply chain complexities our corporate members face in managing regional, national and global supply chains.
The unique strength of The Global Supply Chain Forum is a focus on regional supply chain issues but always within the context of a supply chain that is expanding a firm’s global presence.
With its mix of presentations, breakout sessions and evening receptions, The Global Supply Chain Forum also facilitates high level networking with supply chain colleagues, academic thought leaders and leading edge senior executives. Additionally, corporate members have the opportunity to interview top performing undergraduate and graduate level business students for internships and full-time supply chain positions within their firms.
Please go to Join the Forum to learn more about becoming a member of The Global Supply Chain Forum in your region.