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Supply Chain 101: How the Pandemic Disrupted the Global Movement of Goods
April 21 @ 11:30 am - 1:00 pm
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WEDNESDAY 4/12/23, 11:30 am – 1:00 pm
IN-PERSON at Innovate New Albany, 8000 Walton Pkwy, Suite 200, New Albany, OH 43054
Be ready to interact with our presenter and your fellow participants.
And, please arrive at 11:30 am. Enjoy lunch. Mingle. Make new friends!
In 2020, the Global Supply Chain went from an almost unheard-of “industry” to something discussed daily in the national news cycle.
“Supply Chain Issues” were the cause of almost every problem consumers encountered, and these issues drove up the cost of goods to unprecedented levels.
Jeremy Banta is a retired Army Lieutenant Colonel with over 30 years’ experience in civilian and military logistics. He is currently an Assistant Professor of Supply Chain Management at Columbus State. His military career includes 15 years full time service in the Ohio National Guard as a senior logistician with deployments to Iraq and Kuwait. He serves the logistics industry by serving on multiple local school and organizational advisory boards, as well as being a member of Columbus Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors, the WERC Advisory Council and the CSCMP Academic Strategies Committee.
He’s also mildly obsessed with LEGO.
Like all TIGER Events, this one is FREE.
11:30 am – Lunch / Socializing
11:50 am – Introduce yourself to our crowd (your “best 20 seconds”)
12:05 pm – Hand-off to Jeremy
1:00 pm – Wrap / T-Shirt Drawing / More Socializing
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