SCMAP president Nestor Felicio expressed optimism for the Philippine supply chain sector as economic growth continues and efforts to solve problems and remove roadblocks intensify.
Current SCMAP vice president Christine Pardiñas will assume the presidency of the organization from 2019 to 2020, succeeding current president Nestor Felicio, whose term concludes at the end of 2018.
SCMAP has elected for continuity as it reelects most of the current SCMAP Board of Directors to continue their roles into 2018.
The Supply Chain Management Association of the Philippines is part of the recently launched ASEAN Mentorship for Entrepreneurs Network (AMEN), an initiative of the ASEAN Business Advisory Council to help entrepreneurs across the region by connecting them to expertise and knowledge from business leaders and mentors.
Elections for SCMAP’s 2018 Board of Directors is now underway, with an online vote to be conducted to members from today until 16 November.
The Supply Chain Management Association of the Philippines was recognized by the country’s regulator on maritime affairs for its contribution to the maritime industry.
The Supply Chain Management Association of the Philippines has renewed its call for intensified efforts to enhance connectivity and develop talent in supply chain as the results of the first ever Logistics Efficiency Indicators survey was released to the public.
SCMAP is proud to be a mentor partner of GoNegosyo’s Kapatid MentorMe program, which was officially rolled out nationwide in ceremonies held yesterday at D’Cup Coffee Republic at Pioneer Street Market, Mandaluyong City.