The International Supply Management Congress will host its 4th Congress on November 5, 2013. One of Amsterdam’s most beautiful heritage sites is chosen to host the event for over 1000 participants: the old Amsterdam Exchange Building, ‘De Beurs van Berlage’. Named after its creator, one could argue that this is one of the origins of key supply chains in The Netherlands.
Contrary to previous congresses that were held at the Amsterdam RAI, ISMC 2013 will concentrate on a one-day event with high-level speakers and six streams of deep-dive parallel workshops. The entire congress is centered around two themes: INNOVATION and INTEGRATION. The program will be provocative and interactive, inspired by the world-renowned TED lectures, and what’s more, the congress will be opened on the morning of the 5th by the bell of the neighboring stock exchange.
ISMC 2013 is supported by eight partners who represent businesses that are committed to presenting a forum for inspiration and debate on the future of procurement and sustainable supply chains. These partners have a frontrunner role in international business and consultancy and may be regarded as entities who can make things happen.