Join us on Tuesday 25 August to explore how companies can create new value in the supply chain.
COVID-19 is making our world feel small again. For multinational organisations, the disruption in movement across the globe is creating unprecedented impacts in supply chains. Transformation has never been more critical, particularly as COVID-19 continues to unfold, and with this comes new opportunities for innovation.
Moderator Helen Steel, SVP CEO, will be joined by Sharon Morris, CIPS General Manager Australia and New Zealand and Margaret Stuart, Nestlé Oceania Head of Corporate and External Relations, to examine:
- How business can move from supply chain efficiency to resilience
- Best practice case studies of shared value procurement strategies
- How companies in the region are responding to this rapidly changing environment from pandemic response to the impacts of the Modern Slavery Act.
When: 10am, Tuesday 25 August
Where: Online via Zoom
RSVP: Register before COB Friday 21 August
Sharon is the General Manager of CIPS – The Chartered Institute of Procurement and Supply in Australia and New Zealand, commencing the role in August 2019. As General Manager, CIPS Australia and New Zealand, Sharon believes procurement and supply is intrinsically placed to be a real change agent and driver for the greater good. Issues such as modern day slavery, sustainability and ethics are core not only for the profession but also for the wider society to address; and CIPS is positioned perfectly to drive that agenda forward.
Margaret is head of Corporate and External Relations at Nestlé Oceania, where she has responsibility for communications and public affairs across Australia, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, Fiji and the Pacific and for managing the issues shaping Nestlé’s operating environment. Her background includes consulting to a range of companies in agriculture, food and health as well as holding senior roles in Novartis, Syngenta and Schering-Plough.
The webinar series is included as part of the 2020 Shared Value Summit Asia Pacific ticket. Attendees will automatically be registered for these sessions and will receive a link via email.
If you didn’t attend the Summit and would like to participate in the webinar series, tickets can be purchased for $75.00+GST for SVP members and $95.00+GST for non-members.
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