APICS Inland Empire Focuses on ‘Navigating the Global Supply Chain’ at Fall Symposium on October 29
The Fall Executive Panel & Networking Symposium tackles the pay-offs and perils of managing a worldwide supply chain giving attendees from manufacturers and logistics a chance to improve their strategy for managing a global supply chain. The Inland Empire Chapter of APICS, the leading association for supply chain and operations professionals, will be presenting attendees with an expert panel focused on global supply chain trends and strategies at its Navigating Global Supply Chain Fall Executive Panel & Networking Symposium on October 29,. In addition to expert presentations, engaging dialog and industry networking, APICS-IE is an excellent resource for all supply chain professionals seeking education and improvement.
Supply Chain Professionals Think Bigger at Symposium
“We’re thinking big at this year’s Symposium and focusing our discussion on successfully navigating the global supply chain, says Lisa Anderson, President of APICS-IE and LMA Consulting Group. “We look forward to pushing the envelope in supply chain strategic thinking, global disruptors and how to best manage these impacts in the manufacturing and distribution of products. We’ve assembled a panel rich in international law, import and export, logistics, and global manufacturing and R&D experience to drill down into what we need to know to be successful globally.”
Experts Share on Managing Global Supply Chain
Expert panelists including international business attorney John Tulac; Josie Vigil, Director of Supply Chain Operations for B. Braun Medical Inc.; Pooya Kabirir, Vice President of Engineering & Operations at Combustion Associates, Inc.; Elizabeth Warren, Executive Director for FuturePorts; and, Luke Haylock, Global Director of New Product Development for Alcoa. The panel will each present their perspective on managing the supply chain in a global economy as well as answer attendee questions.
The APICS-IE Fall Symposium: Navigating Global Supply Chain will be held Saturday, October 29, 2016, at the Eagle Glen Golf Club in Corona, California. Fees to attend the event from 8:00 AM to 11:30 AM are $15 for members, $25 for non-members and students are free. Breakfast buffet is included. Register online now as space is limited.