Business and Professional Coalition presents ‘Trust and Demand: A Panel Discussion on the Supply Chain Crisis’ Thursday
Carthage’s Business and Professional Coalition proudly presents its final event of the year, “Trust and Demand: A Panel Discussion on the Supply Chain Crisis.”
The panel and luncheon will take place at noon (doors open at 11:30 a.m.) Thursday, May 5, in the Todd Wehr Center Jockey Rooms.
Register for this event
Registration is required. This event is free and open to the public. A web recording will be made available for registrants who are not able to attend in person.
Mark Mrowiec, Carthage professor of management and marketing, will chair a lively discussion on supply chain challenges with a panel of logistics and supply chain executives, who will discuss how we got here, the current situation, and what the future looks like.
“This is a great opportunity for business students to learn more about the supply chain, for businesses to learn how to navigate these challenges, and for everyone to hear how supply chain issues impact consumers,” says Prof. Mrowiec.
- Steven Bauer, Senior Vice President at HARIBO
- Glenn Quaiver, Vice President of Distribution for ULINE
- Patrick Simmons, Vice President of Transportation for Tyson Foods
- Doug Voss, Professor of Logistics and Supply Chain Management at University of Central Arkansas
With their combined expertise across a wide range of industries, including trucking, packaging, and refrigerated and perishable transportation, the panel is poised to illuminate the dramatic changes that are impacting the supply chain industry.
Sponsoring Department, Office, or Organization:
Business and Professional Coalition
For more information, contact:
Amber Morgan: firstname.lastname@example.org