IFPSM has three webinars coming up very shortly, one on Thursday, 22 June, one on Tuesday, 27 June and the last one on Tuesday, 4 July. The webinars will commence at 1100 (UK) and run through to 1200 (UK).
The webinars will commence at 1100 (UK) and run through to 1200 (UK).
The topics of the webinars are:
Thursday 22 June – CWA Standard and partnership opportunity with AERCE
Mr José Francisco Garrido Casas the IFPSM Regional Vice President for Europe will present the opportunity to associations of working in partnership with his association, AERCE, to promote and create a new income stream through the CWA Standard. AERCE has available all resource material, which has been translated into English, which they are happy to share in a partnership agreement with IFPSM members. José will explain during the webinar the benefits of the CWA standard and the opportunity to develop the delivery of the standard across all member countries and create new income streams for the association.
Tuesday 27th June – Single Window -Supply Chain Digitalisation
Mr Tonis Hintsov of PROLOG, Estonia, presented this exciting initiative, that his association has that delivered in Estonia during the recent IFPSM Europe Region meeting in Budapest. Those members requested an opportunity to consider his presentation in greater depth and also to assess if supply chain digitalization should be an opportunity that the region and potentially the IFPSM global network should explore further. This webinar will be designed to allow Tonis to present his initiative and also for members to discuss how this could potentially benefit their associations and the network.
Tuesday, 4th July – Beroe LiVE
Mr Vel Dhinagaravel, CEO of Beroe, will present detailed information regarding the value proposition to associations from the IFPSM/Beroe partnership. The vision to elevate and advance the procurement profession will receive a significant boost via Beroe LiVE – the World’s first on-demand procurement intelligence platform with market intelligence across 200+ spend categories and 700+ pieces of thought leadership artefacts. Associations can engage in discussions and benchmarking with your peers globally through the built-in communities.
If you would like to join any or all of the seminars and you have not yet registered, please email me as soon as possible so that I can add your name to the list – email@example.com Once I have your details, an invitation will be sent to you with a web-link, from which you can join the webinar on the specific day.
On 8 February 2016, IFPSM and Kogan Page co-hosted a webinar on the “Challenges in the Food Supply Chain” presented by Samir Dani, Professor of Logistics and Supply Chain Management and Head of Logistics, Operations and Hospitality Management at the University of Huddersfield.
Synopsis: The Food and drink sector is in flux. The sector has to deal with change coming from various sources, sometimes simultaneously. This also has a major impact on how food supply chains operate and sustain. The following webinar discusses the challenges facing today’s food supply chains and presents ideas for effective management of food supply chains.
Bio: Samir Dani is Professor of Logistics and Supply Chain Management and Head of Logistics, Operations and Hospitality Management at the University of Huddersfield. He has experience of leading and working on various research projects in a diverse range of management and supply chain related topics. He has experience of working on projects related to food supply chain risks, food sustainability and food value chains. Professor Dani has published widely and has presented to both academic and practitioner audiences. He also has experience of working in the manufacturing sector. His book ‘ Food Supply Chain Management and Logistics: from farm to fork’ recently won the ‘Prix des Associations’ awards at the 12th annual procurement ‘Plumes des Achats’ awards in Paris.
To view Samir Dani’s presentation please click on the link: http://www.ifpsm.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/Food-Supply-Chain-Webinar-presentation.pdf