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Preparations for SCMAP’s Annual Conference are going full blast, with less than two months to go. The schedule is as follows:

 

  • Date               Sept. 13-14, 2012
  • Venue            Makati Shangri-la Hotel
  • Theme           Navigating Supply Chain’s Perfect Storm: Supply Chain Philippines

 

Conference Chairperson Cora Curay expects a bigger audience this year, 400 to 500, versus 280 to 300 last year. Also at least 16 topics will be lined up, versus 14 last year. The venue of Makati Shangri-la is a first time, which is +30% bigger than the EDSA Shangri-La, venue of several past years.

 

This year’s conference will also feature two activities already introduced last year:

 

  • CEO/CSCO Forum
  • Salute to Supply Chain Excellence

 

The theme deserves some explanation

 

  • The storm scene is familiar to all of us: limited demand visibility, fluctuating supply, complex processes, unreasonable service level required, at unrealistic cost considerations
  • The stakes are definitely high, the rewards great, and the penalty greater
  • SCMAP’s conference will navigate through this reality of supply chain Philippines

 

Running through the SCOR model of Plan – Source – Make – Deliver – Return – Enable, SCMAP pursues its thrusts

 

  • Advocate. How do Philippine supply chain conditions compare relative to other emerging markets and developed markets? How do we influence them to be at par or better?
  • Communicate. What are the emerging technologies and initiatives in supply chain? What are the best practices we ought to implement? Are there success stories that can inspire Philippine companies?
  • Educate. How are corporate training, the school system and independent training and / or consultancy companies coping with the demands for better, more flexible supply chains?

 

With the lineup of speakers not yet finalized, below are some of the speakers and topics, some confirmed, some tentative.

  • Robert Batungbacal, American Chamber of Commerce, Committee Head, Transforming Back the Philippines as a Manufacturing Center
  • Ricardo Sison, St. Lukes Medical Center, VP Supply Chain, PISM Pres Mega Trends in Global Supply Management
  • Enrico Garcia, Avon Cosmetics, Operations Director
  • Charlie Villlaseñor, Transprocure Corp., President & CEO
  • Carmen Chan, Colgate Palmolive, Customer Service & Logistics Service Director, Master the Technique of Balancing Demand and Supply in a Complex Market like the Philippines
  • Gabriel Patag, TNT Express, Operations Dev. Director, Choosing the Right Supply Chain Enablers, Digesting and Applying the Right Protocols for Higher Success Rate
  • Gus Arguelles, Ateneo Professor
  • Galvin Lagera, First Pacific Group of Companies, AVP Procurement
  • Patty Gallardo, Amrop Philippines, Sr. Partner & Managing Director, ESPI Code of Ethics – and How SCMAP Talents Can Align with their Vision and Mission
  • Jocelyn Ramos, J&J Phils., Demand & Supply Mgt, Director
  • Meliza Padilla, Unilever Phils., Customer Service & Logistics Director
  • Michael Ong, P&G, Associate Director, Product Supply
  • Ryan Joya, Kimberly Clark, Supply Chain Head
  • Tony Dawson, AGS AGM Global Solutions, A New Approach to Smarter Spending
  • Globe Business

 

Sponsor slots are still available for the following:

 

  • Luncheon sponsor                P250,000       1 taken           1 open
  • Special Principal Sponsor   P110,000       8 taken           1 open
  • Break Sponsor          P120,000       0 taken           3 open
  • Principal Sponsor     P 90,000        3 taken           17 open
  • Regular Sponsor       P 45,000        7 taken           9 open

 

Address inquiries and comments to Ed Sanchez at tel. 671-8670, fax 671-4793, cell 0918-914-1689, or email scmap.org@gmail.com. Those interested in SCMAP training and other activities are requested to send their e-mail addresses. Visit SCMAP’s website at:www.scmap.org

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