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Bicara Supply Chain is a platform where you will be able to get insights from experts and leaders in the field of supply chain.

Proudly presenting in association with the VCARE Academy , we focus on presenting guidance for solving complex supply chain challenges which help you transform your cost chain into the profitable value chain.

At Bicara Supply Chain, we driving global perspectives to embrace technological adaptation in improving process efficiencies.

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Guest Name: Richard Markoff, Co-founder and Operating partner at Innovobot, Language: English, Publication date: Sep, 25. 2021 Richard is a supply chain researcher and lecturer at IMD, EPFL and ESCP Europe. He holds PhD and MBA degrees in Supply Chain Management. Richard has worked in supply chain for L’Oréal for 22 years, in Canada, the US and France, spanning the entire value chain from manufacturing to customer collaboration.  He is also the author of The Digital Supply Chain Challenge – Breaking Through book published in 2020, as well as a co-founder and Operating Partner of the Venture Capital firm Innovobot specialised in disruptive technologies. Learn more about Innovobot here: https://www.innovobot.com In this episode, we cover the topic of globalization & digitization trends especially the development of AI (Artificial intelligence), and how it is changing the future of supply chain work.  Connect Richard on Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/richard-markoff-phd-b36b943/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bicarasupplychain/message
Guest Name: Rachel Lemos, Director, Corporate procurement at Canadian Western Bank (CWB), Language: English, Publication date: Sep, 21. 2021 Rachel is a strategic and highly results-oriented procurement leader with over 20 years’ experience in international companies in the North and South America. Rachel has a diverse background, experienced in large organizations, well versed in various processes associated with private and public procurement, strategic sourcing and supply chain operations management. Rachel has worked for Canadian public corporations both in the Provincial and Federal levels, has led staff in complex environments, including unionized settings. Rachel stands out as an inspirational leader, closely coaching and developing her teams, as well as with her ability to engage stakeholders in various levels with her passion, empathy and diplomacy. She is a problem-solver, passionate for process improvement, automation and an active ESG ambassador advocating for the urgent environmental causes. She is the Co-Chair of the Public Procurement Chapter at the Sustainable Procurement Pledge (SPP). Rachel possesses exceptional academic credentials with an MBA in Purchasing and Logistics, Bachelor in International Relations, a professional designation as a CSPM, Executive Leadership certification and Lean Six Sigma Green & Black Belt certification. -—— Some of the highlights of questions from the podcast including: How do you see the role of procurement in organizations? In view of procurement, how does automation help businesses to be more effective? What are some top challenges in implementing a process automation ? Some other key takeaways. Connect with her on Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/rachellemos/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bicarasupplychain/message
Guest Name: Johann Robette, Customer success manager at VEKIA, Language: English, Publication date: Sep, 14. 2021 Johann Robette is Customer Success Manager for key accounts at Vekia, an innovative SaaS software company that he joined in 2009. Vekia provides an APS solution that combines probabilistic demand planning, cost optimization, and automation. With a background in computer science and a deep passion for data analysis and supply chain, he initially took on technical and functional roles in the product development team. Graduating from the Stanford Center for Professional Development's Innovation and Entrepreneurship Program in 2015, Johann then took on different business-oriented roles at Vekia. In addition, Johann supports Supply Chain courses at several French universities and is actively involved as a volunteer in an educational and charitable organization. -—— Some of the highlights of questions from the podcast including: What is the purpose of forecasting? How does forecasting contribute to the business and what makes a good forecast? I have just read your article about a different approach to forecasting called “Decision Impact”. Could you please tell us a bit about the DI ("Decision Impact")? Some other key takeaways. Connect with him on Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/johann-robette/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bicarasupplychain/message
Guest Name: Faried Belbouab, Chief executive officer at Meratus Group, Language: English, Publication date: Sep, 11. 2021 Farid is currently the CEO (Chief executive officer) at Meratus Group, an integrated Indonesian shipping company providing point-to-point and network transportation solutions. Established in 1957, Meratus has grown into the following sectors: containers, charter, dry-bulk, terminals, logistics and LNG (JV). Visit the website to learn more about their business - https://www.meratusline.com/en/guest/home Prior to this role, Farid has spent his professional working experience at CMA CGM where his last appointment was Vice president (Dubai, UAE). He holds a Master degree in International transportation and has joined a leadership executive program at INSEAD and Harvard Business School. -—— Some of the highlights of questions from the podcast including: How do you see the current trends of shipping in 2021 and the next five to ten years from now?  Have you seen major changes that will be changing the landscape of the shipping industry? Particularly in Indonesia & SEA's context, what is your view on this (i.e trends and challenges in shipping )? What advice can you offer to the business leader & stakeholders to stay on top of trends?  Some other key takeaways. Connect with him on Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/farid-belbouab-1696567/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bicarasupplychain/message
Guest Name: Andreas Wieland, Associate Professor of Supply Chain Management at Copenhagen Business School, Language: English, Publication date: Sep, 07. 2021 Andreas Wieland is an Associate Professor of Supply Chain Management at Copenhagen Business School, where he is the Program Director of the Graduate Diploma (HD) in Supply Chain Management. His current research is about resilience and transformation.   His articles have appeared in journals such as the International Journal of Logistics Management, International Journal of Physical Distribution & Logistics Management, Journal of Business Logistics, Journal of International Management, Journal of Supply Chain Management, and Supply Chain Management: An International Journal. In addition, Andreas is also the European Co-Editor of the Journal of Business Logistics and Co-Chair of the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals’ European Research Seminar.  Visit his blog: scmresearch.org ——— Some of the highlights of questions from the podcast including: What are your views on conventional supply chain management, especially to how their capability, ability & agility face major disruptions like a pandemic of covid-19? We've seen this in your paper where you mentioned “dancing the supply chain”. Can you please describe it a little bit? How can a “Transformative supply chain” be different from a conventional supply chain? What is the difference between both of them? You probably might have a project or a case on how the business transforms its supply chain successfully. In relation to this topic, could you share this experience with our audiences? Some other key takeaways. Connect with him on Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/andreaswieland/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bicarasupplychain/message
Guest Name: Michael van Keulen, Chief Procurement Officer at Coupa Software, Language: English, Publication date: Sep, 04. 2021 Passionate and seasoned procurement evangelist with a comprehensive track record of driving value through business transformation at global companies.  Michael van Keulen ("MVK") is currently the Chief Procurement Officer at Coupa Software, the global leader in cloud-based Business Spend Management software, where he is responsible for driving best-in-class procurement practices across the company, support business development and a source for peers looking to elevate and (digitally) transform procurement. He is Member of Sourcing Industry Group (SIG) Board of Advisors. ——— Some of the highlights of questions from the podcast including: What does procurement transformation mean to you? What are the elements of a successful transformation in procurement organization? How  does digital transformation influence procurement? Could you please share with us some stories where the procurement organization succeeded on their transformation journey? Connect with him on Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/michael-v-0a31a43/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bicarasupplychain/message
Guest Name: Sara Iacozza, Chief data officer, UX Researcher and Co-founder R-ladies Italy Language: English, Publication date: Sep, 01. 2021 Sara Iacozza holds a Ph.D. in cognitive psychology and neuroscience, and she loves data because it gives her the chance to better understand people's behavior. She enjoys taking the time to explore the possible narratives data fit into and design information for her audiences in a strategic manner. Data is a medium, it's the story hidden behind that matters to her. Sara works in Digital Attitude (Milan, Italy) as Chief Data Officer and User Experience Researcher, where she helps design digital products that can help people acquiring new professional skills. She is interested in diversity & inclusion, especially gender equality in the data science ecosystem, as such she is co-founder of R-Ladies Italy, a national community that focuses on empowering women and gender minorities pursuing jobs in data science. ——— Some of the highlights of questions from the podcast including: What is data storytelling? Why is data storytelling so important for the business at a recent date? What are the key elements of great data storytelling? What advice would you give to the business leader on how to build a data-driven company? Could you please share some examples of impactful data storytelling in business? Connect with her on Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/sara-iacozza/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bicarasupplychain/message
Guest Name: Dwiwahyu Haryo Suryo, EVP & Chief supply chain officer at Paragon Technology and Innovation. Language: English, Publication date: Aug, 30. 2021 Haryo is currently the EVP (Executive Vice President) and CSCO (Chief Supply Chain Officer) at Paragon Technology and Innovation (PTI), an Indonesian beauty company with the purpose of creating a greater good for the society through innovation. With more than 10,000 personnel all over Indonesia and an annual production of around 185 million pieces, Paragon has now become one of the largest cosmetics manufacturers in Indonesia. Learn more about Paragon here - Paragon Technology and Innovation (paragon-innovation.com) Prior to this role, Haryo was the Vice President of Supply Chain at Danone Waters in Indonesia. He also spent over 19 years at Unilever, where his last position was as the Group Customer Service Excellence - Planning Director, for AAR (Asia-Africa-Russia) region at Unilever Asia Private Ltd., Singapore.  Haryo holds a degree in Chemical Engineering from Bandung Institute of Technology (ITB). He is passionate about people, innovation, and continuous learning. ——— Some of the highlights of questions from the podcast including: What has the hardest thing been  for you & what do you like about your role at PTI, Indonesia? What does leader & leadership mean to you?   How does leadership add value to supply chains?   How to grow as leader in the space of supply chain? Could you please share some success stories  with us? Connect with Haryo on Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dwiwahyu-haryo-suryo-91214220/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bicarasupplychain/message
Guest Name: Shash Anand, Vice-President of Product Strategy at SOTI. Language: English, Publication date: Aug, 27. 2021 As Vice-President of Product Strategy at SOTI, Shash Anand oversees the company’s evolution from a single product centered around Mobile Device Management to an integrated platform that solves many of the challenges around enterprise mobility and IoT management. Shash holds a degree in Computer Engineering from the University of Toronto, and an MBA from the Rotman School of Management. After working for IBM as a Technical Support Engineer and Business Operations Manager, Shash joined SOTI to lead the company’s global expansion. Throughout his tenure with the company, Shash has worked across both technical and operational teams, overseeing key departments within the business. With diverse experience across the organization, including: Professional Services & Support, Product Management, Product Marketing, Business Development & Sales, and Strategic Alliances, Shash has extensive expertise building global teams from start-up to scale-up success. Shash also sits on the Board of Directors as the Vice Chair of MCIS Language Solutions, a non-profit organization whose mission is to remove language barriers and improve access to critical information and services through high-quality language solutions. ——— Some of the highlights of questions from the podcast including: SOTI just recently launched the report “Mobilizing the delivery workforce: state of mobility in T&L 2021”; what is the report telling us about? What are some key findings of the report that are relevant to what happens in the T & L industry? What are your thoughts on the technology development that helps retail and T&L organizations integrate with each other? What advice can you offer to the decision makers in this sector of T&L  on how they understand the trends and then drive the organization to adapt to the major disruption of covid19 Some other key takeaways. Download the report of “Mobilizing the delivery workforce: state of mobility in T&L 2021” by SOTI - here  Connect with Shash on Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/shashanand/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bicarasupplychain/message
Guest Name: Pratima Amonkar, Microsoft's APAC Leader for Cloud and AI business strategy. Language: English, Publication date: Aug, 24. 2021 As Microsoft's APAC Leader for Cloud and AI business strategy, Pratima spearheads the work Microsoft does to empower customers, partners, governments, and citizens to digitally transform their businesses and lives with the power of Cloud and AI. In this role, she is focused on supporting countries' s sustainable economic growth through digital transformation. She leads the strategy, planning and programs to collaborate with customers, governments, industries, and communities to leverage the world’s largest and most trusted cloud infrastructure network. Over the past 20 years, Pratima has held leadership and P&L responsibilities at various technology companies like Rational Software, IBM, and Sun Microsystems. She has built and led technical teams that have delivered high growth cloud revenues at emerging and developed global markets. Pratima an active technology mentor to some promising APAC startups, social entrepreneurships, and women founders. She chairs the APAC Microsoft Diversity and Inclusion Council for Accessibility and Assistive Technology. ——— Some of the highlights of questions from the podcast including: Could you please tell us about Microsoft’s commitment to diversity & inclusion? How does diversity & inclusion drive business value? More specifically in the tech industry. What advice can you offer to the business leader on how to make the tech sector more inclusive? Some other key takeaways. Get a full script of this podcast by accessing this link --- https://www.vcare.international/post/dibdti Connect her on Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/pratima-amonkar-a8a2283/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bicarasupplychain/message
Guest Name: Terence Lee, Chief Procurement Officer (CPO), APAC at Supply Chain Optimization , GEODIS,  Language: English, Publication date: Aug, 21. 2021 Terence is currently with Geodis Supply Chain Optimization as their CPO, Asia Pacific – responsible for Transformational Changes and leadership in pioneering new products and services (e.g. Procurement Advisory Services in GSCO). Known to be Resourceful, Entrepreneurial and Creative subject matter expert in Supply Chain, Sourcing & Procurement and Strategy Development, focusing on leadership in organizational change transformation management, M&A, business start-ups and developed pioneering niched processes (including consortium-buying and LCCS) with light-house successes globally through strong commercial acumen and excellent stakeholders-to-market engagements in the past nearly 30 years. He is a regular keynote speaker to Global and Regional events such as ProcureCon Asia (CIPS), Procurement Success Summit (PSS), Shared Services and Outsourcing Network (SSON), etc., a Certified Chartered Procurement Professional with CIPS and a leader of Transformational Change in organizations for the last 17 years - driven by Passion and Hunger for Positive Change. ——— Some of the highlights of questions from the podcast including: How the role of procurement leadership is changing in 2021? Especially having an influence on the Pandemic of Covid-19? What are the qualities of a good procurement leader? How does the procurement style impact the performance of the business? Could you please share some examples where we can learn how it works ? Some other key takeaways  Connect him on Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/terencewllee/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bicarasupplychain/message
Guest Name: Zsofia Agnes Nagy, Supply chain expert and CE Ambassador,  Language: English, Publication date: Aug, 18. 2021 As a supply chain professional, Zsofia offers an objective pair of lenses and a rich, experience-based knowledge to help the client find the right solution and execute it successfully based on over 19 years working in industry and consulting roles. As a functional expert, she is passionate about embedding sustainable supply chain methods and practices and helping companies become circular in nature, while remaining profitable. Beyond her daily work, she is a Circular Economy Ambassador and help people around her to understand how they can change their lives to reduce their footprint and eventually lead a circular life. ——— Some of the highlights of questions from the podcast including: What are future trends in circular supply chains? Many experts say that collaboration is one of the key pillars of the circular economy and circular supply chains.  What is your opinion on this topic ? What kind of relationships and collaboration practices enable creation of circular flows? Can you please provide a few examples of how it works?  Some other key takeaways. Connect her on Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/zsofianagysupplychainadvantage/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bicarasupplychain/message
Guest Name: Prashant Yadav, Senior Fellow at the Center for Global Development, Affiliate Professor at INSEAD and Lecturer at Harvard Medical School,  Language: English, Publication date: Aug 13. 2021 Prashant Yadav is Senior Fellow at the Center for Global Development, Affiliate Professor at INSEAD and Lecturer at Harvard Medical School. Yadav's research and policy advisory work focuses on health care supply chains in developing countries. He also works on role of new technology in pharmaceutical supply chains, globally. Before his current role, Yadav was Strategy Leader-Supply Chain at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. In the past was Vice President of Healthcare at the William Davidson Institute at the University of Michigan and a faculty member at the Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan. Before that he was Professor of Supply Chain Management at the MIT-Zaragoza International Logistics Program and a Research Affiliate at the MIT Center for Transportation and Logistics . Yadav received his undergraduate training in Chemical Engineering, his MBA in Operations and Finance and his PhD in Management Science. Before academia he has worked in pharmaceutical strategy, management consulting and supply chain technology companies. ——— Some of the highlights of questions from the podcast including: What is a core function of a healthcare supply chain and why does SCM take such an important role in this ? What are the challenges in a healthcare supply chain management? How to strengthen healthcare supply chains? What is your recommendation to the business leaders ? Do you think emerging technologies can transform healthcare supply chains?  Some others key takeway. Connect him on LInkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/prashantyadavsupplychain/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bicarasupplychain/message
Guest Name: Ashish Gadnis, Co-founder / CEO at BanQu Inc.,  Language: English, Publication date: Aug 05. 2021 Ashish Gadnis is the Co-founder / CEO of BanQu, which was named to the TIME Magazine 2019 Innovators and 2020 Meaningful Business Leaders List. In February 2021 BanQu was named one of the top innovation for circular economy by World Economic Forum and Accenture. BanQu is the first ever non-crypto blockchain (patented) Supply Chain Sustainability platform that global brands like Coca-Cola, IsSB and Anheuser-Busch use everyday to enable end-to-end transparency, traceability and certification of contracts, raw materials, finished goods, and recycled packaging to meet ESG goals and EPR compliance requirements. BanQu is being used in 45+ countries and almost 2 million last-mile-first-mile beneficiaries today. Prior to his current engagements, Mr. Gadnis was the founder and CEO of multiple technology startups, the last one of which was acquired by a $1.5 billion global consulting firm in 2012. Over the past 25 years Ashish has been recognized for his private / public sector contributions with awards such as – MIT Innovate for Refugees (Syrian refugees) award, Young Global Leader (World Economic Forum), Minority Business Leader (Twin Cities Business), 40 under 40 (Business Journal), Change-Makers Innovator Award (Coding Schools in Refugee Camps in East Africa) and Battery Ventures Innovation Award – Democratic Republic of Congo (for Asili: a mobile / cloud-based business focused on reducing infant child mortality, improving maternal health and increasing livelihood in conflict zones). ——— Some of the highlights of questions from the podcast including: What is your general view on the current state of blockchain technology? Right now, the authenticity of brands is an issue in the sustainable goods industry. How does blockchain assist with this issue? and why blockchain is vital to boosting sustainability? Could you please share with us some successful examples of blockchain implementation in the industry where it helped in improving sustainability?  Some other key takeaways. Connect him on LInkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ashishgadnis/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bicarasupplychain/message
Guest Name: Andrea Stefano Patrucco, Assistant Professor at Florida International University - College of Business.  Language: English, Publication date: July, 20. 2021 Andrea Stefano Patrucco is Assistant Professor in Supply Chain Management at Florida International University . His main research interests are in the field of Supply Chain and Purchasing Management, focusing on performance management and organizational design in Public Procurement, and management of collaborative Supply Chain relationships. Access his paper on Google scholar here: Link Some of the highlights of questions from the podcast including: What is the linkage between HRM and SCM? How do individual relationships and skills of sc professionals contribute to supply chain growth ? What advice can you offer to the supply chain leader to grow their team-members skills? Connect him on LInkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/andrea-stefano-patrucco-175a3239/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bicarasupplychain/message
Guest Name: Bindiya Vakil, CEO and Co-founder at Resilinc.  Language: English, Publication date: June, 19. 2021 Bindiya Vakil is CEO and co-founder at Resilinc, the world leader for supply chain visibility and resiliency intelligence and analytics. She is a recognized thought leader in the area of supply chain risk management. She is also a member of the Advisory board, MIT Transportation and Logistics; a Board member at Healthcare transparency initiative, and Charter member at TiE silicon valley. Ms. Vakil has a master’s degree in supply chain management from MIT and an MBA in Finance. Learn more about Resilinc. here: https://www.resilinc.com/ Some of the highlights of questions from the podcast including: What are supply chain risks? And What are the types of risks global companies face in managing their supply chains? How do we identify supply chain risks? What are tools for risk identification? How can the risk of supply chain disruptions be reduced? What is the best way to mitigate the risks? How do I prepare for a major supply chain disruption? Connect her on Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/bindiya-vakil-resilinc/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bicarasupplychain/message
Guest Name: Ammar Aamer, Associate professor at Northeastern University.  Language: English, Publication date: June, 05. 2021 Ammar Aamer is an Associate professor at Northeastern University - Toronto, Canada,  in the College of Professional Studies, Master of Science in Project Management program. He has over 22 years of industry experience in project management, operations management, supply chain management, and strategic business consulting with various companies such as Volvo, TRW Automotive, Gap Inc., and Industrial and Business Services.  As an educator, he has served in multiple roles, including Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, Professor, and Dean of Engineering at Sana’a and Sampoerna Universities – in Yemen and Indonesia. His research is currently focused on Digital Transformation, Data Analytics & Supply Chain Management, Lean Six Sigma, Organizational Change, and the Internet of things (IoT).  Ammar holds a Doctor of Philosophy and a Master of Science in Industrial Engineering from the University of Tennessee. He has also achieved Project Management Professional (PMP) designation from the Project Management Institute (PMI). Some of the highlights of questions from the podcast including: What is IoT by definition ? And how do you see the challenges and opportunities for the next three and five years from now ? How can IoT potentially improve the logistics process ? In your opinion, what would be the biggest disruption caused by IoT in the logistics Industry ? And how is it possible? Could you please share some stories where the logistics Industry successfully improved their bottom-line process by adopting the IoT ? Some other key takeaway. Connect him on Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ammar-aamer/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bicarasupplychain/message
Guest Name: Saum Sharma, Procurement director at Airgas.  Language: English, Publication date: May, 22. 2021 Saum sharma is currently Procurement director at Airgas: an Air Liquide company, based in the U.S. He has has 16 years of multi-industry experience in Procurement Strategy, Working Capital Optimization, Supply Chain and Management Consulting.    Has led cross-functional transformation projects in Americas, Europe and Asia. He believes that Collaboration is the seed for any successful Procurement Strategy, with AI and Automation being the next frontier that will help Procurement and Supply Chain elevate their the value proposition. Prior to his current role, Saum held several managerial positions with the Coca Cola Company, CGN & Associates and IET Inc. He has completed his Master of science in Engineering management from Western Michigan University. Some of the highlights of questions from the podcast including: What is collaboration; why is it an important ingredient for successful procurement ? How does collaboration work in procurement ? Could you please share some success stories when you developed a collaboration in procurement ? Connect with him on Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/saumsharma/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bicarasupplychain/message
Guest Name: Jan Hoffmann, Chief, Trade Logistics Branch, DTL at UNCTAD.  Language: English, Publication date: May, 18. 2021 Jan joined UNCTAD in 2003 and became Chief of the organization’s Trade Logistics Branch in 2016. The Branch is implementing multilateral transport and trade facilitation capacity building programmes, as well as regional and national projects in Africa, Asia and the Pacific, and Latin America and the Caribbean. Jan is co-author and coordinator of the annual UNCTAD Review of Maritime Transport, created and co-edits the quarterly UNCTAD Transport and Trade Facilitation Newsletter, and initiated the UNCTAD Maritime Country Profiles and the annual Liner Shipping Connectivity Index. Previously, Jan spent six years with the United Nations Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) in Santiago de Chile, and two years with the International Maritime Organization (IMO) in London and Santiago.  Jan has studied in Germany, United Kingdom, and Spain, and holds a doctorate degree in Economics from the University of Hamburg. His work has resulted in numerous UN and peer reviewed publications, lectures, technical missions, data bases, and electronic newsletters. Jan is member of AJSL, CPI, IJSTL, INCU, JST, MEL, MPM, and the Propeller Club of Geneva. From 2014 to 2018, Jan was president of the International Association of Maritime Economists (IAME). Jan has had his hair cut in 71 countries. He has three sons and one wife. Some of the highlights of questions from the podcast including: What are your views on global trade logistics ? And what are the biggest challenges and then opportunities ? What advice can you offer to the business leader on how to tackle logistics' s challenges? In regards to the marine-freight rate where it happened at "highest ever level"; How could this happen? If you were in the position as a shipper / manufacturer and or producer, what would be your top priorities in dealing with the complexities of global logistics? Connect with him on Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/drjanhoffmann/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bicarasupplychain/message
Guest Name: Jonathan Kempe, CEO & Founder, VERIFAI .  Language: English, Publication date: May, 04. 2021 Jonathan is a technical Founder with over 20 years’ experience as a systems administrator across a broad array of disciplines. He has excelled in diverse roles: from senior positions in large corporates; founding and running several businesses; holding trusted positions in nationally accredited NFPs and NGOs and working in an Australian Defence Force endorsed satellite communications provider.  He is connected to Australian business advocacy groups, Government bodies and the Start-up scene, regularly contributing to innovation and industry forums in IoT, biometrics, protecting critical infrastructure to improve supply-chain outcomes.  With a unique and creative vision, Jonathan leads the incredible team at Verifai. Verifai has a particular interest in maritime and intermodal supply-chain security, utilizing unique technologies to generate trustworthy data, provide provenance assurance, and secure assets at rest and in transit. The Verifai team has a diverse array of abilities: IoT hardware devices; full stack software and firmware engineers; leading practitioners in supply-chain management, manufacturing, operational excellence, senior academics, a biometrics expert, and internationally acclaimed cybersecurity luminaries.  Jonathan is passionate about solving global problems, loves to work alongside creative entrepreneurs, and is dedicated to building real solutions that positively transform the world. Some of the highlights of questions from the podcast including: Supply chain security;  what it means and how important is security in the supply chain? What are some security risks in the supply chain? How can we define, detect & assess it earlier as possible ? How can supply chain security be improved ? Can you share some success stories from your client about how they improved the security ? What sort of practical things can we change now to ensure that the business stays profitable and protected ? Some other key takeaways. Connect with him on Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jonathan-kempe/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bicarasupplychain/message
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