USC Global Supply Chain Symposium India Opens at Mumbai
The inaugural USC Global Supply Chain Symposium got inaugurated today morning at St. Regis Hotel, Mumbai. The inaugural session was attended by Raj Dias, Symposium Chairperson and President, Global DCM Inc, Nick Vyas, Program Director, USC Center of Global Supply Chain Management, Dheeraj Rastogi, Joint Secretary GST Council, Ajay Jhalani, Managing Director, WTPL Thailand, Junaid Ahmad, Country Director India,World Bank, Augustine Chalissery, Founder and CEO, SourceProcureDeliver with a packed audience.
This event is a unique opportunity for business executives and professionals to connect and share insights on how to strategically manage supply chains in rapidly evolving local and global markets. The event will help delegates to learn from a slate of business leaders and experts from the distinguished USC Marshall faculty, who will present on a series of thought provoking panels and keynote presentations.
The symposium highlights are the Keynote speeches on Supply Chain Management - Supply Chain Outlook 2020 by Nick Vyas, Part Optimization by Gene Seroka, CEO and Executive Director of Los Angeles Port USA, Supply Chain Finance by Litesh Majethia, Bank of Baroda, 4 Party Logistics by Augustine Chalissery, Talent Management by Dr. Shibani Belwalkar and Warehouse Exchange by Raj Dias and Nick Vyas. The event also will conduct 4 panel discussions head by industry leaders are the panelist’s.
The event is organised by US based Global DCM Inc and USC Marshall Center for Global Supply Chain Management. USC Marshall connect the world through Global Supply Chain Management with Network, Education, and Applied Research (NEAR). Capitalizing upon its global network, industry experience, and renowned faculty, the USC Marshall School is a leading business school with a top-ranked, STEM-certified Global Supply Chain Management graduate programs. As a leader in cultivating top business talent, the Center for Global Supply Chain Management leads efforts to streamline efficiency and advance cutting-edge practices in the increasingly interconnected global economy.