Supply Management 2020: Making the shift happen…
The 6th International Supply Management Congress (ISMC) is the first of a new series of 5 annual congresses with a mission: “Supply Management 2020: Making the shift happen!”.
A comprehensive and renowned international knowledge and networking event connecting the worlds of purchasing and supply management, R&D/innovation, sustainability and suppliers. After 5 highly rated editions with 800 to 1000 participants, the 6th edition will expand with exclusive inspiring Pre-Congress events and the ISMC Awards Dinner on November 21st.
Connect & Share: Facing the future together…
This year’s main theme will focus on connecting and sharing in four Fields of Interests such as Innovation & Technology, Human Capital, Responsibility and Supply & Finance. Real sharing of information, knowledge, sources and benefits. Still a bigger challenge than we like to admit. This challenge will be addressed from various angles in around 40 sessions of:
– international keynotes,
– best practices,
– leading specialists,
– interactive workshops,
– start-ups and
– academic findings.
From within leading industries, governments, academic & research institutions and NGO’s.
In short, the 6th International Supply Management Congress is the event to be for ambitious CxO’s, managers, academics, researchers and other professionals on Purchasing and Supply Management, Sourcing and cooperating end-to-end disciplines. And a unique platform for all companies and organizations offering services, knowledge or products for improving and innovating the supply process.
April 2016 - Last week, Ton Trommelen, Chairman of the Steering Committee and the Dutch NEVI and Gert van der Heijden, founder of the Dutch Sourcing Awards agreed to merge both events into the 6th edition [...]
Register today and join a comprehensive and renowned international knowledge and networking event, connecting the worlds of purchasing and supply management, R&D/ innovation, sustainability and suppliers. Save the date: November 21st & 22nd and benefit from a reduced [...]
During the International Supply Management Congress Rens de Jong, Radio & TV anchor and Entrepreneur, is chairman of the congress and he moderates debates in the plenary program. He will focus on this year’s main theme [...]