The Malaysia Institute for Supply Chain Innovation (MISI) intends to offer Supply Chain Innovation Internships, which will be awarded to the winners of the Supply Chain Innovation Internship Competition. The competition will be judged by a jury consisting of external venture capitalists, entrepreneurs, and the MISI Director of Research.
Supply Chain Innovation Competition
LCL Holds 3rd Annual eXplore Conference
The Luxembourg Centre for Logistics and Supply Chain Management hosted its third annual eXplore conference on 12 March, 2019, featuring high-profile speakers from industry and academia giving insights into the sustainability of supply chains. LCL director Benny Mantin welcomed 120 participants from 54 organizations on 3 continents. Read more on LCL's site...
2nd Annual CART Conference on Retail Transformation Held at MISI
MISI’s Center for e-Commerce And Retail Transformation (CART) held its Second Annual Retail Conference on March 5, 2019 at Sasana Kijang in Kuala Lumpur. Six distinguished individuals, who are leading the digital transformation in South East Asia, shared their views through speeches and in two panel sessions on the topic of the conference theme: “Rethinking Retail Supply Chains in Digital Economy.”
A Fresh Approach to Combatting the Food Desert Scourge
MIT Supply Chain Management and AWESOME announce AWE Scholarship Winners
The winning finalists of the AWE - Advancing Women Through Education scholarship were awarded at MIT on 30 January 2019. The award, to be given annually and currently valued at $72,000, is the first ever full-tuition award specifically for women in the 20-year history of the MIT SCM program. Read more on the CTL site...
Dr. Shardul Phadnis Moderates AMCHAM Panel on “Business Growth through Cloud”
Dec 18, 2018: Dr. Shardul Phadnis, MISI’s Director of Research, moderated a panel exploring the growth of small-and-medium enterprise businesses through cloud computing at the American Innovation & Business Speakers Series organized by American Malaysian Chamber of Commerce (AMCHAM), U.S. Embassy in Malaysia, and MDEC. Read more on MISI's web site.
Small Firm Supply Chains in Latin America the Focus of New SCALE Study
Why is it that most of the micro and small firms that represent 99% of the businesses operating in Latin America survive for less than a year? One of the main reasons is a lack of supply chain expertise – an issue that has received scant attention from researchers up until now... Read More at Supply Chain @MIT Blog