PROLOG SCM ACADEMY

We invite you to participate in PROLOG Supply Chain Academy Essay contest..

 

SCM ACADEMY essay contest will take place in cooperation with logistics seminar for the seventh time. The organizers want to contribute to the development of future professionals in the fields of supply chains.

The competition is open for both, essays based on the studies carried out recently (on a scale of course work to the doctoral thesis), as well as original initiatives concerning the supply chain digitization issues – the concept should be handled in its broader meaning. The subject should be focused on the digitization of the supply chain, and the essays are welcome in both Estonian and English.

Please send essays to the e-mail address: info@prolog.ee with a cue essay contest. Deadline: 25.02.2016. a..

The competition will be judged by the jury of professionals and the best works will be presented in the framework of Logistics Seminar 2016.

Prolog is to put the award for the best essays: Participation in Pärnu Supply Chain Conference 10-11.03.16 with accommodation and banquet. Worth 600 EUR. The jury has the right not to release award.

PROLOG SCM Academy ( Supply chain management academy) is an essay competition – the unique idea of this competition came from PROLOG-ilt (Estonian Purchasing – and Supply Chain Management Association) in relation to logistics and supply chain management actuality. The aim of the contest is to activate the researching among students about supply chain management and logistics and to encourage people to submit new questions to seek answers. All great things start small. You can give your contribution to the participation!

The competition aims to encourage students from different specialties to take part in supply chain management to promote activities in the field of research. The structure and organization in terms of the SCM Academy is for everyone in Estonia and foreign universities bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral studies undergraduate and young researchers. As part of the competition, participants can introduce their area of supply chain management research to a wider audience. Through the creation of a supportive environment enables the SCM Academy to meet different parties of supply chain management – students, academic staff and the business sector – to share ideas and develop them in the field of prospective projects.