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On behalf of the Center of Global Supply Chain Management at the University of Southern California Marshall School of Business, we would be pleased to invite you to the 4th Annual Global Supply Chain Excellence Summit. Each year we offer the opportunity for industry executives to not only share insight on how they have managed to strategically navigate the world of supply chain in a rapidly changing environment but also recognize industry best practices. A slate of C-level leaders in business and distinguished Marshall faculty will present on a series of thought provoking panels and Feature Speaker series while offering guests the opportunity to ask questions to dig further into the topics.

USC GSCM video subtitled from USC Global Supply Chain on Vimeo.

Value Proposition

Purpose: To provide a platform to bridge the gap between academia and industry.

  • Provide a close-knit but broad network of key supply chain influencers and thought leaders from industry and academia. We showcase the event to our 80,000+ and growing USC Marshall global network, and have 400+ attendees from industry and academia at the event each year.
  •  Learn how thought leadership, developed both through industry experience and science, can deliver high performing supply chains
  •  Recruit top supply chain management talent
  •  Recognize industry best practices

Event Details

Dates: September 15, 2016, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and September 16, 2016, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Location: Ronald Tutor Campus Center on USC campus

You can also download the USC GSCE Summit app on your android or apple device


Should you have any questions in regards to the event, please contact:

Otto Jan and Andrea Shen, Summit Chairs
Center for Global Supply Chain Management
USC Marshall School of Business

We look forward to welcoming you at our Summit!

Quick SCM Facts


Total Cost of Logistics in the USA in 2013


Increase in Global Energy Consumption in 2013


Increase in freight shipments from January – May 2014


Years that Apple has been ranked #1 on Gartner’s Top 25 Supply Chains

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