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Procurement & Supplier Qualification
Shanghai, China - 2nd September 2010
Seminar / workshop

The Council is pleased to work with the International Institute for Advanced Purchasing & Supply (IIAPS) for a new seminar on Procurement & Supplier Qualification in China on September 2 in Shanghai.

The agenda will include following points:
- Competence Issues in Purchasing & Supply
- Skills and Leadership Development at IBM
- The Global Perspective on Skills & Competence Levels
- Competence Development in the Elevator Business: SEED Campus Asia Pacific
- Plenary Discussion on Competence Issues
- The IIAPS Mission & Vision

Confirmed Panelists and Moderators:
> John M. Paterson, VP of Supply and Chief Procurement Officer, IBM
> Monica Sun, HR Manager Asia Pacific, Henkel
> Bernhard Raschke, Partner & Head of Procurement Practice, PwC
> Wayne Brown, Director SEED Campus Asia Pacific, ThyssenKrupp Elevator
> Andrew Cox, Chairman, IIAPS Advisory Board
> Holger Schober, IIAPS

2nd September 2010

1:30 - 6:30 pm (GMT +08:00) Beijing, Chongqing Hong Kong, Urumqi

Longemont Hotel, 1116 West Yan An Road, Shangha

RMB 300 for Council members, RMB 400 (or US$ 55) for non-members

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