USC Marshall School of Business
Center for Global Supply Chain Management
A center of excellence of the University of Southern California, the USC Marshall School of Business Center for Global Supply Chain Management exists to connect the world through Network, Education and Advanced Research in global supply chain management. As an industry leader in cultivating top business talent, and part of USC Marshall’s renowned faculty and global network, the Center is one of the top thought leaders in the realm of global supply chain management. The Center`s Masters in Global Supply Chain Management, ranked #1 in the United States, its annual Summit in Los Angeles and its series of international symposia are the Center’s key educational activities.The inaugural Mexico Symposium will bring together decision-makers and thought leaders to a one-day, invitation-only event. This event is a unique opportunity for business executives to connect and share insights on how to strategically manage supply chains in rapidly evolving local and global markets, under the auspices of a world-class academic institution.
A slate of Mexican business leaders and experts from the distinguished USC Marshall faculty, in collaboration with American Chamber/Mexico, will present on a series of thought-provoking panels and keynote presentations that will cover the most pressing trends in North American and global supply chain, from the perspective of Mexico. Topics include the new USMCA, Blockchain, Innovation and Disruption, Energy, Sustainability, Diversity, and Human Capital Development.
Past symposia in Los Angeles (http://globalsummit.uscsupplychain.com/) and India (https://indiasymposium.uscsupplychain.com/) have had very high-level speakers and sponsors, and we expect the same for the inaugural Mexican edition.
In partnership with the University of Southern California, the Global Supply Chain Symposium believes in the power of education and human capital. As such, your ticket revenue will go to funding student scholarships from Mexico to attend the USC Master's in Global Supply Chain Management program in Los Angeles, as a non-profit donation to a 501c3 in the US. A tax deductible receipt will be provided upon request via email to firstname.lastname@example.org