May 2019 Print

Ottawa U Engineering Management Student Association

APICS Ottawa Chapter, a non-profit association, was represented by a panel of supply chain industry experts from Canopy Growth, BMS Associates, Shared Services Canada, Shell Canada, Mead Johnson Nutrition and other industries to present thoughts, share ideas and engage with students keen on making a career in the growing supply chain industry.

APICS presented details on their certifications CPIM, CSCP, CLTD and SCOR. It was an interactive session with the students followed by students making connections with industry professionals.

Looking forward to a possible partnership & creation of an APICS uOttawa chapter.

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APICS Report

Download the full report to view all of the data and findings from 2019 survey. More than 1,700 U.S. supply chain professionals participated in the survey. It shows a bright outlook for those employed in the supply chain field, with wage increases and high job satisfaction reported across the profession. The ASCM 2019 Supply Chain Salary and Career Survey Report is available free for members.

Report

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Editorial

“With global multi-tiered supply chains becoming increasingly complex, companies are more challenged than ever to keep up with the latest research and thought leadership available,” said ASCM CEO Abe
Eshkenazi, CSCP, CPA, CAE. “This partnership with SCMA recognizes their unique Canadian position and is exemplary of our commitment to build and grow a global network of alliances and collaborations that
ultimately make it easier for organizations to find the resources they need to invest in their supply chains.”

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SSCMA APICS Panel Discussion

https://www.sprottsupplychain.com/

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APICS Report

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Supply Chain STEM Program: Volunteers wanted!

Consider volunteering at your local school or after-school program. Check out our activities and subscribe to the STEM newsletter to learn more!

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