February 20, 2018 10AM - 2PM
Located at CSULB's College of Business Administration (map)
This event brings much excitement to the campus with real world practitioners and logistics equipment. The dynamic fields of logistics and supply chain management are continuously advancing. As a port city, Long Beach is at the center of a major U.S. macroeconomic driver.
CSULB's College of Business Administration and the Operations & Supply Chain Management Advisory Board are proud to present:
2018 ROAD TO SUPPLY CHAIN EXCELLENCE EVENT
Sponsorship in part provided by:
Vendors and Companies
We invite all Supply Chain Management and Logistics companies that may want to attend this event as a vendor to flagship your company, to find new talent, and/or bring more real world experience to the CSULB students.
- The majority of students will be looking for jobs or internships.
- Your $250 donation fee per company will cover exhibitor expenses, including: parking permits, tables, chairs and refreshments.
This event is FREE for the purpose of networking and looking for internships or careers in Supply Chain Management. Recent research by MIT economist Mercedes Delgado shows Recent research by MIT economist Mercedes Delgado and me shows both the growth of the supply chain services sector and the wages associated with those jobs. In fact, supply chain services industries have experienced the highest job growth of any sector in the U.S. economy since 1998, and average wages in this sector are $80,000 compared to the national average of $47,700.
Procurement and supply chain jobs up 13% in the UK year-on-year “Businesses are aware of the significant impact poor supply chain strategies can have on the bottom line and as a result, securing top caliber procurement and supply chain specialists is a high priority,” said Neil Morgan, Associate Director. Supply Chain Digital
Industries: Housing, HealthCare, Retailers, Manufacturing, Automotive, Food, Entertainment, Space, Consumer Products and almost every industry or service business.
Whether you’re already a supply chain management professional or recent graduate with a related degree, the CSULB Master of Science in Supply Chain Management is geared towards:
- Supply chain management professionals looking to strengthen their knowledge and advance their career
- Graduates with a Bachelor’s degree in Business, Economics, Industrial Engineering, or related subject
- Students who prefer rational, logical thinking
- Those comfortable with quantitative analysis
Meet with companies and our students to find out the pulse of todays action in Supply Chain action for FREE. A $250 donation fee if you are interested in our table plan covering exhibitor expenses, including: parking permits, tables, chairs and refreshments.