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SCiP Networking Event, 28th June 2016


Future Evolution of Global Supply Chain Ecosystems

21st Century supply chains have evolved into worldwide, inter-connected, supply-and-demand networks with profound interdependencies - comprising vastly more complex operations and with greater exposure to the vulnerabilities of our uncertain world.

So what has changed within the ecosystem of supply chains and what is the future evolution?

Guest speaker Mark Millar, author of "Global Supply Chain Ecosystems - strategies for competitive advantage in a complex, connected world” explored why and how supply chains have evolved into multifaceted ecosystems.

Mark provided practitioners and academics with insights into future directions for global supply chains and shared 10 key priorities to consider within your supply chain strategy, along with insights into the Asia marketplace.


 


Resources

Download Mark’s presentation from digital library (use discount code WMG0616MM)
Get 20% discount when you order Mark’s book Global Supply Chain Ecosystems
Join Mark’s mailing list for future newsletters and articles. Contact Mark at mark@markmillar.com

Guest Speaker

 Mark Millar

Mark Millar


Mark Millar is the author of “Global Supply Chain Ecosystems – strategies for competitive advantage in a complex, connected world”, published by Kogan Page of London and sold in over 35 countries, Mark is a Visiting Lecturer at Hong Kong Polytechnic University and is recognised in the 'China Supply Chain Top 20', as one of ‘Asia’s Top 50 Influencers in Supply Chain and Logistics’ and in the USA listing of 'Top Pros-to-Know in Supply Chain 2016'.


Leveraging his 30+ years of global business experience, Mark provides value for clients with informed and independent perspectives on their supply chain strategies. His corporate briefings, consultations and seminars deliver knowledge that provides informed, independent and educated insights which help companies navigate the complex landscapes in emerging markets, develop new business opportunities and make better-informed business decisions.