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Advancing Innovation & Navigating Global Trends At APICS-IE Fall Symposium 

APICS Fall 2018

Claremont, CA – APICS Inland Empire Chapter (APICS-IE) has announced the Fall 2018 Symposium line up of Innovation and Global Trends Experts. This fall’s symposium is focusing on: “Advancing Innovation & Navigating Global Trends”.

The event will be held on Saturday, November 3, 2018 from 8am – 11:30am at Harvey Mudd College in Claremont.

The Expert Panelists:

  • Todd Boppell, the Chief Operating Officer of the National Association of Manufacturers
  • David Libatique, the Deputy Executive Director of the Port of Los Angeles
  • Dr. Yuman Fong, the Chairman, Department of Surgery of the City of Hope
  • Kelly Ford, Aerospace/Defense Senior Executive
  • Cindi Mullane, Senior Director of Supply Chain and Operations for Feit Electric

“Each panelist brings a unique perspective to the discussion and how they see a global economy affecting their supply chain. To hear from experts in a range of industries is essentially, super-collaboration, which would otherwise be difficult to coalesce from a single industry perspective,” said Lisa Anderson, APICS-IE Chapter Leader.

The symposium attracts industry professionals from throughout the Inland Empire and Southern California and welcomes students.

Fees to attend are $15 for members, $25 for non-members and students are free. A breakfast buffet is included.

About APICS Inland Empire

APICS is the leading professional association for supply chain and operations management and the premier provider of research, education and certification programs that elevate end-to-end supply chain excellence, innovation and resilience. The APICS Inland Empire Chapter covers the Inland Empire region of Southern California, which spans the easternmost portion of Los Angeles county and includes San Bernardino and Riverside counties. The chapter offers educational classes, programs and special events in the hotbeds of manufacturing and distribution activity including Ontario, Riverside and Temecula.

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