The India Supply Chain Council (ISCC), India's leading supply chain professional organization, today announced that its first India Supply Chain Summit will be held on March 1st, 2007 in New Delhi, India. The annual conference will bring together industry leaders and features one day of keynotes, presentations, and panels that address the strategies and tactics necessary for companies to build successful supply chains in India.
Attendees to this inaugural summit will learn the latest practices and trends impacting their supply chain, including best-in-class case studies from leading companies across a wide range of industries and sectors. Presentations will help conference-goers understand how to select and manage global supply chain partners, implement technologies and business processes and gain insight into the most useful metrics to gauge supply network performance.
"We are currently assembling an elite group of executives and the most sought-after thought leaders in the world of supply chain management in India," said Max Henry, Founder & Executive Director of the China and India Supply Chain Council. "Attendees will learn about the hottest trends affecting the industry, and receive strategic insight, tools and relationship building opportunities to strengthen the value of their supply network in India."
The India Supply Chain Summit 2007 will provide an excellent opportunity for supply chain executives to share their local experiences, challenges, and successes with each other and learn from keynote presenters and trainers from the industry.
“As the leading community of supply chain professionals in India, the Council is confident to produce this large annual event that is already considered the best value for money supply chain or logistics event in India" added Abhijit Shivekar, Director of the India Supply Chain Council. "The market in India is rather different form other countries, supply chain executives want high-level content and great networking and reasonable prices and the Council is in unique position to offer this."
The India Supply Chain Summit 2007 has received a record number of conferences and trainings submissions from companies and individuals interested in sharing their experience in supply chain management in India. These are currently being assessed and we expect to start confirming speakers shortly, with the full program being announced in mid-November.
Credentialed members of the press are welcome to attend, for more information, please email us your contact details.
For more information on speaking or sponsoring the India Supply Chain Summit, to be held on March 1st, 2007 in New Delhi, India, please contact Abhijit Shivekar, Director of the India Supply Chain Council.
About The India Supply Chain Council
The India Supply Chain Council (ISCC) is India’s leading society dedicated to furthering the knowledge, understanding, and career development of executives, managers, and professionals in the field of supply chain, logistics and manufacturing management in India. Founded in September 2006, the Council's mission is to be the vital link for supply chain and logistics professionals who must stay on top in our fast-growing, ever-changing industry. The Council is a privately owned not-for-profit organization run by a committee of experienced professionals in India.