The Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP) and Kozminski University are hosting the annual CSCMP European Conference in Warsaw, Poland on May 16-17.
The conference will focus on four key areas affecting global supply chains: digital supply chains; procurement; supply integration and collaboration; and commerce and e-commerce. Attendees will learn from supply chain academics, practitioners, and industry experts as well as enjoy networking opportunities with leading, emerging, and future supply chain leaders.
Keynote speakers include Grzegorz Kotodko, a distinguished professor of economics from Kozminski University and a key architect of Polish economic reforms. Remko van Hoek, professor at the Walton College of Business at the University of Arkansas, will discuss his previous experiences with Nike, PwC, and Walt Disney Company. In addition, attendees will hear from professional networker Miquel Serracanta; A. Michael Knemeyer, professor of logistics at The Ohio State University's Fisher College of Business; Mary Long, managing director of the Global Supply Chain Institute's Forum at the University of Tennessee Knoxville's Haslam College of Business; Rod Franklin, adjunct professor of logistics and academic director of executive education at KÃ¼hne Logistics University; and Michael Bourlakis, director of research and the head of the logistics, procurement and supply chain management group at Cranfield School of Management.
If you register before March 16, the cost for CSCMP members and nonmembers is US$370 (325 euros). After March 16, the cost remains the same for CSCMP members and increases to US$510 (450 euros) for nonmembers. For more information or to register, visit www.cscmpeurope.org.