Supply Chain as lever for Competitiveness in Africa (Geopolitical Lectures Series)

Category: Alumni Events
WHEN?
7 April 2020
TIME?
18.30 - 22.30
WHERE?
Campus Brussels
LANGUAGE
English

Jean-Gervais Yoyo Moutome will show you in this Geopolitical Lectures Series how a good and pragmatic understanding of the local supply chain can bring competitive advantage in Africa. This presentation discusses the key specifications of Triple A Supply Chain and brings a specific case study on Cameroon.

KEYNOTE

These days, the term geopolitics is also applied to the expansion of some multinationals (referred to as macroeconomic geopolitics or entrepreneurial geopolitics) as a discipline that studies the factors, relationships and macro-political trends that affect some countries. It is in this sense that we understand the strategy and implementation of supply chain in its relationship with geopolitics.

Africa now offers growth opportunities that manufacturers, starting with large distribution products, cannot miss. But, to benefit from it, an adequate supply chain approach is needed both locally and globally. Competition is now being understood between Supply Chains. Currently in Cameroon, there is a strong penetration of European (French, Belgian, German, etc.), American, Indian distribution groups in search of new markets. A good and pragmatic understanding of the local supply chain is a key factor in creating value to beat the competition.

This presentation discusses the key specifications of Triple A Supply Chain (Affordable, Accessible, Attractive).

PROGRAMME

6.30 PM: Welcome
7.00 PM: Start of the session
9.00 PM: Networking

ABOUT THE SPEAKER

Jean-Gervais Yoyo Moutome, Executive MBA, Marketing Management, Saint-Xavier University, Paris/Chicago, 1996. Engineer / Training Consultant, Université de Rouen and Panthéon Sorbonne Paris. Current PhD in educational sciences. Fifteen years as a professional in retail markets and logistics. Ten years in training and educational engineering. African Higher Institute for Information and Knowledge technologies (Douala, Cameroon). University of Evry (France).  

 

GEOPOLITICAL LECTURES SERIES
This event is part of our Geopolitical Lectures Series. Discover the full programme of this series here.

 

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