CAME - in the limelight at MIPIM 2016 with its security solutions for over 21 million visitors at Expo Milano 2015
March 14, 2016
Event: Role of Technology & Supply Chain Education On Organization Performance and Governance
September 10, 2018
Discover the most common Supply Chain ‘33Sins’
June 20, 2019
The supply chain management profession makes a significant contribution to East Africa’s economy and provides a critical competitive advantage for all enterprises for local, regional and global business bidding and determines of our countries’ and regions’ global attractiveness to global buyers and investors. Our latest survey reveals that DPG members control more than $30+ billion in annual spend. The standard of living we all enjoy through timely, cost-effective access to a range of innovative, high-quality goods and services is directly linked to the professional practice of supply chain management. The profession favorably influences the social and economic success of not only Africans, but citizens worldwide.
Probably the most critical success factor(s) and core consideration for public and private sector corporations, INGOs and mega projects is getting the Local Communities, Companies, Youth, Women, People with Disabilities and SMMEs to participate in the value chain of their businesses and projects as much as possible.
Developing Local Communities, Youth, Women, People with Disabilities and SMMEs to have as many capable suppliers to participate in the corporations local and global value chains/projects as well as having the technical, business management knowledge and funding capacity is key to ensuring competent, competitive, compliant, effective, efficient provision of goods, works and services needed by corporations and timely delivery of projects.