Supply Chain Finance —Leveraging Working Capital for Competitive Advantage

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Supply Chain Finance —Leveraging Working Capital for Competitive Advantage

John Stockton, Director, Working Capital and Structured Solutions Sales, Bank of Montreal, United States, Eric E. Jones, Director, Corporate Payables, Lowe’s Companies, Inc., United States, Eric Riddle, Senior Vice-President, Prime Revenue, Inc., United S
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Wednesday, February 2, 2011 - 10:00am

 

TOPIC: Supply Chain Finance Part 1—Leveraging Working Capital for Competitive Advantage
Plenary Session 3 at Supply Chain Risk Management Forum
WHEN: Tuesday, March 29 2011 at 10:45 a.m
WHERE: Toronto
Priority Code: 3BL1
 
Moderator:
John Stockton,
Director, Working Capital and Structured Solutions Sales, Bank of Montreal, United States
 
Featuring:
Eric E. Jones,
Director, Corporate Payables, Lowe’s Companies, Inc., United States
Eric Riddle,
Senior Vice-President, Prime Revenue, Inc., United States 
 
Supply chain managers are facing increasingly complex and wide-ranging competitive challenges. For example, one might gain significant advantage by offering superior supply chain financing to partners, or risk losing key suppliers to a more aggressive competitor.
 
The panel will focus on better management of working capital and the need for transparency between you and your vendors. The experts will discuss the common supply chain finance issues, and technology options will be assessed. A big box retail case study and other examples will demonstrate how proven approaches can be applied in other industries.
 
To see the full agenda for this event, incuding all speakers and session descriptions, please click here. For further information, contact Joel Elliott at elliott@conferenceboard.ca.
 
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Joel Elliot
The Conference Board of Canada
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