A Seminar on Career Opportunities

Students and early career professionals desiring to pursue a career in the logistics and supply chain management industry can participate in this seminar.

Hyderabad: Department of Operations & Supply Chain Management of GITAM, Hyderabad Business School (GHBS) will organize a one-day virtual International Seminar on ‘Evolution of Logistics Sector and Growing Career Opportunities’ on November 18, in collaboration with the Federation of Telangana Chambers of Commerce and Industry.

Prof. Karunakar B, Director, GHBS has informed this in a press release here today.

The seminar aims to provide a platform for the interaction between young scholars, early career professionals and experienced personalities in logistics & supply chain management. Senior industry specialists across the globe will be participating in this seminar, to enlighten young minds with their immeasurable experience and industry insights.

Students and early career professionals desiring to pursue a career in the logistics and supply chain management industry can participate in this seminar.

There is no registration fee and the last date to register is November 16. Participants can register for the seminar through https://forms.gle/CwbW93XHgb4HEwg88.

Capt. Ramanujam, CEO, Logistics Skill Council, Chennai, Prof. S. Ganesan, Head, Education Initiative, Sandeep Chatterjee, Director, Technology Consulting, Deloitte, Hyderabad, Saurabh Kumar, CEO, GMR Hyderabad Air Cargo, Vipin Shankar, Director, Regional Operations (ILS), South Asia, Koen Cornilly, Manager, Port Projects, Belgium, Prof. Chandan Chowdhury, Senior Associate Dean and Practice Professor, ISB and Prof. Ramakrishna Yanamandra, Associate Dean, Skyline University College, UAE will be the key-note speakers.

For any other details, contact Fakhruddin Sheik, Convenor, 8885147737 or Raunaq Srivastav, Co-Convenor at 98665 49837.

Source
Munsif News Bureau

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