Supply chain financing is the next frontier in managing the supply chain. It involves more than just finance plus supply chain management. Supply chain financing (SCF) is using the supply chain to fund the organization, and using the organization to fund the supply chain.
“That’s one of the best illustrative examples I’ve ever seen to be able to talk to stakeholders about why it’s important to pay close attention to your procurement function,” said Denis Wolowiecki, managing director of CAPS Research, in a Dec. 8 lecture. Wolowiecki presented a talk on “Thinking Beyond Procurement” as part of CARISCA’s Distinguished Lecture Series.
KNUST School of Business: Admission of Candidates to Higher Degree Programmes for 2022/2023 Academic Year
Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for admission to the following one (1) year higher degree programmes in the Department of Supply Chain and Information Systems at the KNUST-School
On Nov. 18, CARISCA’s latest Advancing Women in Supply Chain webinar featured fund and investment manager Brenda Pennell. She spoke about her experiences embracing risk while financing agricultural supply chains in Africa.
The second quarter 2022 Ghana Logistics Managers Index (LMI) report has been released by the Centre for Applied Research and Innovation in Supply Chain – Africa (CARISCA), based at Kwame
As a scholar of logistics and supply chain management, Dominic Essuman studies supply chain disruptions and resilience capabilities. These are topics he is familiar with from his own personal experience.
Adeline Angkosaala has always aspired to pursue higher education. Among the many obstacles she overcame to realize her dream was a planned arranged marriage at age 15. Sherwat Elwan Ibrahim,