We believe that the role of the supply chain discipline is to ensure that the commercial promise to the customer is fulfilled. We believe that sharing information and time-sharing resources in the supply chain can avoid wasting time, effort, energy, material and money.
Since being founded in 2006, the company Supply Chain Media has generated a wealth of strategic yet practical knowledge by interviewing numerous supply chain directors, senior executives and managers. We share the resulting insights in print and digitally (for tablets) in our Dutch-language publication Supply Chain Magazine and in the English-language Supply Chain Movement, our magazine with a unique European focus. As firm believers in ‘less is more’, we don’t overwhelm our readership with hollow press releases. Instead, we filter the industry news for our readers and condense useful knowledge into practical selfassessments and checklists. Our 1-minute educational videos and 4-minute event vlogs are deliberately kept so short to hold the audience’s attention.
Thanks to many years of experience in the publishing business, we know that visualization is the most effective way of communicating complex knowledge. That’s why we have designed various subway maps visualizing the Dutch and European markets of software vendors, logistics service providers and consulting firms. Meanwhile, each of our schematized mindmaps covers all the relevant aspects of a specific supply chain topic or industry development.
Last but not least, we engage professionals through webinars held in conjunction with our Premium Partners. With creative workshop formats, such as a business war game or Lego commerce futurization, we inspire the members of our Dutch SCM Professionals Club and our SCM Executive Club Europe. By connecting supply chain decision-makers and professionals, both to each other and to relevant vendors and service providers, we are taking the supply chain management profession to a whole new level – throughout Europe and beyond.