USC Marshall School of Business organizes one-day Symposium on Global Supply Chain

USC Marshall School of Business will be organizing a one-day Symposium on Global Supply Chain, in Mumbai on 16th March.

The Symposium is a first-of-its-kind congregation in India of supply chain influences, thought leaders, and distinguished members of academia that will bring to the fore burning supply chain issues and explore how latest innovations, technologies and global best practices can help address those challenges.

This symposium will position the organizations at the Center of mission critical decision making with forward thinking companies and the Sponsors get access to keynote sessions, research and breakout sessions giving more ideas and opportunities to drive their business forward.

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Nick Vyas, Director, Center for Global Supply Chain Management, Binoy Kumar Special secretary (Logistics), Dept of Commerce, GoI, Junaid Kamal Ahmad Country Director, World Bank in India & Eugene Seroka, Executive Director of Port of Log Angels are some of the main speakers on the occasion.

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