Supply Chain Finance Community Forum AsiaNational University Singapore, Singapore From Tuesday 6 June 09:00 to Tuesday 6 June 17:30
The first ever Supply Chain Finance Community Forum Asia will take place on Wednesday, 7th June 2017 in Singapore, bringing together treasurers, procurement directors, banks, technology vendors and academics to learn from each other and set out the future of Supply Chain Finance. The event is being organised by the Supply Chain Finance Community in partnership with the National University of Singapore.
What is the Supply Chain Finance Community?
The Supply Chain Finance Community is an independent global community consisting of knowledge institutions, corporations, and supply chain finance professionals who share best practice and new research in an open, collaborative environment. Its founder members are 23 business schools together with corporations, banks, consultancies and technology vendors. Today the SCF Community has over 3,500 members.
Supply Chain Finance Community Forum Asia
The SCF Community Forum Asia will be run in association with the Supply Chain Finance Community and the National University of Singapore.
The agenda will be driven by the latest research, coupled with real-life case studies from corporations, delivered in an environment that is about learning and networking rather than selling. It will attract the treasurers and procurement directors of corporations that are serious about understanding what supply chain finance can do for their businesses.
For corporations who wish to understand the full possibilities of supply chain finance, SCF Community Forum Asia is a ‘must attend’ event.
For sponsors, SCF Forum Asia is the ideal opportunity to speak to those who are shaping the future of supply chain finance, from group treasurers and CFOs, through chief procurement officers, to technology vendors, banks, government and academia. See attached full global media pack.
For registration and more details, please visit SCF Forum Asia website here.