WHEN?

24 January 2019

WHERE?

Faculty of Economics University of Ljubljana

WHAT?

Gathering of Supply Chain leaders

Speakers

Vladimir Arshinov has 15 years of experience within metal industry. Currently, he is Chief Information Officer of Slovenian Steel Group. Previously Vladimir was carrying positions in various fields, being a project manager, SCM director, chief of the development department and software developer. Vladimir has an extensive international experience in commissioning metal plants.

Sunita Mathur is a Supply Chain, IoT and Manufacturing Presales Manager for Central and Eastern Europe at SAP. For 10 years she has worked with customers across the process and discrete industry to develop, deploy and evolve innovative logistics and manufacturing IT solutions. Prior to SAP, she worked at Flextronics in Eastern Europe and Asia as a Senior Account and Division Manager for camera modules, storage and printers, at National Semiconductor in global product marketing management for camera sensors in the US and at Matsushita in product marketing management in Germany for industrial vision control systems. Sunita holds a master’s degree in physics from the Vienna University of Technology and has taught a course in microprocessor technology at the FH Campus Vienna.

Vladimir Arshinov has 15 years of experience within metal industry. Currently, he is Chief Information Officer of Slovenian Steel Group. Previously Vladimir was carrying positions in various fields, being a project manager, SCM director, chief of the development department and software developer. Vladimir has an extensive international experience in commissioning metal plants.

Sunita Mathur is a Supply Chain, IoT and Manufacturing Presales Manager for Central and Eastern Europe at SAP. For 10 years she has worked with customers across the process and discrete industry to develop, deploy and evolve innovative logistics and manufacturing IT solutions. Prior to SAP, she worked at Flextronics in Eastern Europe and Asia as a Senior Account and Division Manager for camera modules, storage and printers, at National Semiconductor in global product marketing management for camera sensors in the US and at Matsushita in product marketing management in Germany for industrial vision control systems. Sunita holds a master’s degree in physics from the Vienna University of Technology and has taught a course in microprocessor technology at the FH Campus Vienna.

Michael Späth is an executive client partner at Aera Technology, focused on helping some of the world’s largest enterprises succeed in supply chain digital transformation. He has more than 10 years of experience in supply chain & operations, and deep expertise in operational excellence and manufacturing transformation. Prior to Aera, Michael led EY Germany’s blockchain practice and focused on business development, innovation and co-creation with clients. Before that, Michael was with a boutique SCM consulting firm (acquired by EY). Michael holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration from University of Madrid and a Bachelor’s Degree in International Business and Management from Hogeschool van Arnhem en Nijmegen (HAN) in the Netherlands.

EXPERIENCE:

  • Director of Supply Chain at Skaza
  • Supply Chain Manager at Big Bang Slovenija
  • Area Supply Chain Manager at Danfoss
  • actical Supply Chain Process Manager at Danfoss

Vladimir Arshinov has 15 years of experience within metal industry. Currently, he is Chief Information Officer of Slovenian Steel Group. Previously Vladimir was carrying positions in various fields, being a project manager, SCM director, chief of the development department and software developer. Vladimir has an extensive international experience in commissioning metal plants.

Sunita Mathur is a Supply Chain, IoT and Manufacturing Presales Manager for Central and Eastern Europe at SAP. For 10 years she has worked with customers across the process and discrete industry to develop, deploy and evolve innovative logistics and manufacturing IT solutions. Prior to SAP, she worked at Flextronics in Eastern Europe and Asia as a Senior Account and Division Manager for camera modules, storage and printers, at National Semiconductor in global product marketing management for camera sensors in the US and at Matsushita in product marketing management in Germany for industrial vision control systems. Sunita holds a master’s degree in physics from the Vienna University of Technology and has taught a course in microprocessor technology at the FH Campus Vienna.

Michael Späth is an executive client partner at Aera Technology, focused on helping some of the world’s largest enterprises succeed in supply chain digital transformation. He has more than 10 years of experience in supply chain & operations, and deep expertise in operational excellence and manufacturing transformation. Prior to Aera, Michael led EY Germany’s blockchain practice and focused on business development, innovation and co-creation with clients. Before that, Michael was with a boutique SCM consulting firm (acquired by EY). Michael holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration from University of Madrid and a Bachelor’s Degree in International Business and Management from Hogeschool van Arnhem en Nijmegen (HAN) in the Netherlands.

EXPERIENCE:

  • Director of Supply Chain at Skaza
  • Supply Chain Manager at Big Bang Slovenija
  • Area Supply Chain Manager at Danfoss
  • actical Supply Chain Process Manager at Danfoss

Vladimir Arshinov has 15 years of experience within metal industry. Currently, he is Chief Information Officer of Slovenian Steel Group. Previously Vladimir was carrying positions in various fields, being a project manager, SCM director, chief of the development department and software developer. Vladimir has an extensive international experience in commissioning metal plants.

Sunita Mathur is a Supply Chain, IoT and Manufacturing Presales Manager for Central and Eastern Europe at SAP. For 10 years she has worked with customers across the process and discrete industry to develop, deploy and evolve innovative logistics and manufacturing IT solutions. Prior to SAP, she worked at Flextronics in Eastern Europe and Asia as a Senior Account and Division Manager for camera modules, storage and printers, at National Semiconductor in global product marketing management for camera sensors in the US and at Matsushita in product marketing management in Germany for industrial vision control systems. Sunita holds a master’s degree in physics from the Vienna University of Technology and has taught a course in microprocessor technology at the FH Campus Vienna.

Michael Späth is an executive client partner at Aera Technology, focused on helping some of the world’s largest enterprises succeed in supply chain digital transformation. He has more than 10 years of experience in supply chain & operations, and deep expertise in operational excellence and manufacturing transformation. Prior to Aera, Michael led EY Germany’s blockchain practice and focused on business development, innovation and co-creation with clients. Before that, Michael was with a boutique SCM consulting firm (acquired by EY). Michael holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration from University of Madrid and a Bachelor’s Degree in International Business and Management from Hogeschool van Arnhem en Nijmegen (HAN) in the Netherlands.

EXPERIENCE:

  • Director of Supply Chain at Skaza
  • Supply Chain Manager at Big Bang Slovenija
  • Area Supply Chain Manager at Danfoss
  • actical Supply Chain Process Manager at Danfoss

Supply Chain Director 
Iskraemeco, d.d.

Full Professor
Faculty of Economics Ljubljana University

Aleš Groznik is a full professor in the Department of Information Sciences and Business Logistics at the Faculty of Economics, University of Ljubljana. He has published over 150 articles ranging from supply chain management to e-business. Prior joining the University, he worked for multinational companies in the chemical, pharmaceutical and food industry.

Associate Professor 
Faculty of Economics Ljubljana University

Marko Jakšič is an Associate Professor at the Faculty of Economics, University of Ljubljana. His area of expertise is Operations Management and Supply Chain Management, which are the topics he is lecturing on at the bachelor, the master level and MBA studies. He obtained the doctoral degrees at Faculty of Economics and at Technische Universiteit Eindhoven, where he holds a position of a visiting researcher the School of Industrial Engineering. In his research work he focuses on the quantitative analysis of inventory management strategies in supply chains and as a result he has published papers in domestic and foreign journals. He is also active as a reviewer in several renowned journals and has given lectures at several universities, and talks at research and business conferences worldwide.  He has worked on research and consulting projects on optimization of business processes in the field of managing inventories, production and procurement processes.

Vladimir Arshinov has 15 years of experience within metal industry. Currently, he is Chief Information Officer of Slovenian Steel Group. Previously Vladimir was carrying positions in various fields, being a project manager, SCM director, chief of the development department and software developer. Vladimir has an extensive international experience in commissioning metal plants.

Sunita Mathur is a Supply Chain, IoT and Manufacturing Presales Manager for Central and Eastern Europe at SAP. For 10 years she has worked with customers across the process and discrete industry to develop, deploy and evolve innovative logistics and manufacturing IT solutions. Prior to SAP, she worked at Flextronics in Eastern Europe and Asia as a Senior Account and Division Manager for camera modules, storage and printers, at National Semiconductor in global product marketing management for camera sensors in the US and at Matsushita in product marketing management in Germany for industrial vision control systems. Sunita holds a master’s degree in physics from the Vienna University of Technology and has taught a course in microprocessor technology at the FH Campus Vienna.

Michael Späth is an executive client partner at Aera Technology, focused on helping some of the world’s largest enterprises succeed in supply chain digital transformation. He has more than 10 years of experience in supply chain & operations, and deep expertise in operational excellence and manufacturing transformation. Prior to Aera, Michael led EY Germany’s blockchain practice and focused on business development, innovation and co-creation with clients. Before that, Michael was with a boutique SCM consulting firm (acquired by EY). Michael holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration from University of Madrid and a Bachelor’s Degree in International Business and Management from Hogeschool van Arnhem en Nijmegen (HAN) in the Netherlands.

EXPERIENCE:

  • Director of Supply Chain at Skaza
  • Supply Chain Manager at Big Bang Slovenija
  • Area Supply Chain Manager at Danfoss
  • actical Supply Chain Process Manager at Danfoss

Supply Chain Director 
Iskraemeco, d.d.

Full Professor
Faculty of Economics Ljubljana University

Aleš Groznik is a full professor in the Department of Information Sciences and Business Logistics at the Faculty of Economics, University of Ljubljana. He has published over 150 articles ranging from supply chain management to e-business. Prior joining the University, he worked for multinational companies in the chemical, pharmaceutical and food industry.

Associate Professor 
Faculty of Economics Ljubljana University

Marko Jakšič is an Associate Professor at the Faculty of Economics, University of Ljubljana. His area of expertise is Operations Management and Supply Chain Management, which are the topics he is lecturing on at the bachelor, the master level and MBA studies. He obtained the doctoral degrees at Faculty of Economics and at Technische Universiteit Eindhoven, where he holds a position of a visiting researcher the School of Industrial Engineering. In his research work he focuses on the quantitative analysis of inventory management strategies in supply chains and as a result he has published papers in domestic and foreign journals. He is also active as a reviewer in several renowned journals and has given lectures at several universities, and talks at research and business conferences worldwide.  He has worked on research and consulting projects on optimization of business processes in the field of managing inventories, production and procurement processes.

Peter Mihelič has nearly 20 years experience on different management positions within Supply Chain and holds Masters Degree in Economics.

EXPERIENCE:

  • Global Supply Chain Director at Danfoss
  • Global Availability Manager at Danfoss
  • Director Business Processes at Žito
  • Supply Chain Manager at Hidria Perles
  • Availability Manager at Danfoss
  • Project Manager at Nektar

About the Conference

Supply Chain operations have to be jointly planned and executed in order to deliver greater benefits and advantages to all the partners involved. This way companies can reduce their costs, inventories and also improve their speed, level of service and most importantly customer satisfaction. 

To survive and thrive in an ever-volatile business environment supply chains need to embrace the transformative power of agility and responsiveness so that they can quickly anticipate and respond to unexpected events and turn disruption to advantage. The conference is designed to help take supply chain leaders on this critical journey.

The conference will feature renowned keynote speakers, world class experts and academics, innovation showcases, brainstorming sessions, knowledge sharing and networking opportunities.

History of the conference

4 years in a row | more than 800 participants | more than 50 international speakers

Participants:

  • Supply Chain
  • Manufacturing
  • Procurement
  • Logistics
  • Retail
  • IT companies

Speakers from companies:

  • DHL Global Forwarding
  • Lufthansa Technik Logistik
  • Bayer Animal Health
  • Nestle Adriatic
  • Hilti Corporation
  • Novartis

Main topics:

  • Supply Chain Collaboration
  • Supply Chain Planning and Analytics
  • Internet of Things
  • Lean Manufacturing
  • Demand Planning
  • Industry 4.0

Programme


Conference will take place from 9:00 to 16:00.

Speakers and Round Table participants:

  • Vladimir Arshinov, Chief Information Officer at Slovenian Steel Group
  • Sunita Mathur, Supply Chain, IoT and Manufacturing Presales Manager for CEE at SAP
  • Baris Selcuk, Director at ICRON Technologies B.V.
  • Bart Stegeman, Director of Supply Chain at Skaza
  • Gerald Reiner, Full Professor, Vienna University of Economics and Business
  • Klemen Kindlhofer, Operations Directora at Danfoss Trata
  • Milorad Hodnik Nikolic, Senior Strategic Supply Chain Manager at Flex
  • Michael Späth, Executive Client Partner at Aera Technology
  • Matej Oset, Heineken

 

Programme Committee:

  • Jerica Budič, Danfoss Trata d.o.o.
  • Aleš Groznik, Faculty of Economics Ljubljana, Department for Business Informatics and Logistics
  • Marko Jakšič, Faculty of Economics Ljubljana, Department for Business Informatics and Logistics
  • Peter Mihelič, Danfoss Trata d.o.o.

*CBE reserves the right to modify the programme of the conference at any time without prior notice.

 

Read the programmes and see the galleries from the previous conferences:

Registration Fee

Registration fees for commercial attendees:

  • 210 EUR (+ VAT) per person for registering before January 6, 2019
  • 230 EUR (+ VAT) per person for registering after January 6, 2019

Discounts:

  • 5% per person discount for 3+ attendees from the same organization.
  • 15% per person discount for 5+ attendees from the same organization.
  • 10% per person discount for participants that are members of FELU Alumni Club.

 


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Please note that the discount offers can not be combined.

The registration fee includes participation at the conference, coffee breaks, lunch and materials.

After filling out the registration form you will receive confirmation e-mail on your e-mail address.

For group registration please send an email to cpoef@ef.uni-lj.si with information about participants.

Registration is possible up to and including January 21, 2019.

No refunds can be made for cancellations received after January 21, 2019. In a case of no-show, there will be no refund of the conference fee.

An invoice will be delivered to the address provided in the registration form 14 days before the conference starts or after the conference. The invoice should be paid within 8 days after receiving the invoice.

For more information regarding the registration process please contact us by e-mail: cpoef@ef.uni-lj.si, or by telephone no: +386 1 5892 548

 

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