The 2011 Annual Global Supply Management Conference
Oct 28-29 at the ShanghaiMart Expo Center, 2299 Yan'an Road West, 7/F, Shanghai.
Over 400 purchasing, planning, logistics and supply chain professionals joined for this exciting event, build your network, reunion with other peers and listen from the global renowned speakers/panelists.
The theme of this year's conference is "China Pillars for Global Supply Chain", highlighting the strategic importance of the roles in China as a key component of today's critical supply chain. The conference covers strategic issues and best practice in supporting, improving and better integrating into the global supporting chain from China, and important pillars for sustainable growth in this area.
From the keynote speaker, we've heard from top renowned economist about today's global economic environment and projection, and how China factor affects it, or wise versa, thus getting a better sense of how all these will affect our job and our live.
Dr. Jason Cummins is has been the chief US Economist and head of research of Brevan Howard Inc, an international hedge fund management group with $32 billion under management. He is also a member of the Treasury Borrowing Advisory Committee, offering quarterly recommendations to the U.S. Treasury on managing the government’s debt and counsels lawmakers on public policy issues. Formerly, Mr. ummins was senior economist at the Federal Reserve Board, where he ran the macro forecasting team. Cummins earned a Ph.D. in economics from Columbia University and was John M. Olin Fellow at Columbia Law School.
Martin Lehnich is an Associate Principal at McKinsey's Shanghai office. A senior member of McKinsey's Operations Practice in Greater China, Lehnich advises clients on supply chain, procurement and manufacturing topics in the high tech, telecom and automotive industries. Prior to joining McKinsey, he was the CIO of Alcatel-Lucent and led the Global Supply Chain & Procurement Organization at Alcatel-Lucent's Paris headquarters. Lehnich holds a Master's degree in Physics from the University of Stuttgart in Germany.
|Chris Holt, CEO,
Home Depot China
Procurement Director, Asia, BP DownStream
Asia Sourcing Director
|Bob Liu, C.P.M.
China Supply Chain Service
Asia Sourcing Director