From Silf's and KTH's knowledge sharing session at KTH

Some intel from the sharing session at KTH

In February, we had the pleasure to welcome students as well as professionals for a session at KTH. Students studying Purchasing and Supply Chain management course in their final year at KTH presented selected project work in progress.

Purchasing and logistics managers representing Silf's Stockholm region shared their key experiences while working within the field of Purchasing and Logistics, in Sweden and around the Globe.

Silf together with Swedbank talked about the practical value of the “PMI – Purchasing Manager Index”.

The general approach was to have an open discussion between current and past learnings – and the future challenges.

You will find the projects here:

Friederike Teichmann:

"Navigating Sustainability: Overcoming Challenges in Adopting Green Practices within Business Procurement"

Arvid Lang:

"German Supply Chain Act IT in Supply Chain Risk Management"

Yonis Osman Bileh:

"Sustainable sourcing in the fashion industry"

Agenda 22/2-24

10:00 – Coffee and warm up
10:15 – Welcome by Luca Uriciuoli (KTH) and Kenneth Friberg (Silf)
10:25 – What is ”PMI” and a view on World economy 2024, Jörgen Kennemar, Swedbank   

– Break

 – Students from KTH present Purchsing project work results
11:40 – Members of the Silf Stockholm Region, share life experiences within Purchasing and Supply Chain work -  including wrap up