After a spectacular action packed week, the Award Ceremony was the highlight of the Global Final Week 2019. CoolTuristi from Politecnico di Milano, Italy convincingly claimed the championship title of this year’s Global Student Challenge.
The Inchainge Connect Educator Conference 2019 – focused on Supply Chain Education, developed together with the Windesheim University of Applied Science.
The Educator Conference will run in parallel with the Global Final of #1 SCM student competition, “The Global Student Challenge”. This prestigious competition hosts 25+ best SCM student teams and their educators from all over the world every year.
Our Educator Conference programme gives you the opportunity to discover exciting new technologies and teaching methods that will reshape the future of education!
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Ecole Nationale de Commerce et de Gestion in Sèttat, Morocco, in the Maghreb region, was host today of an in-house Train-the-Teacher Training of The Fresh Connection. As many as 26 participants from 10 institutes, and 5 companies, all closely involved in Supply Chain Management, either from an education or professional point of view, were trained to learn more about The Fresh Connection and to experience the game themselves.
In the morning the participants were welcomed by the previous and present Directors of ENCG.
Prime Minister Rutte traveled to China with about 165 companies and knowledge institutes.
“One of the companies that could literally bridge China and the Netherlands is Inchainge. This company is specialized in developing and marketing simulations and learning programs in Supply Chain Management and Supply Chain Finance. They have been active in China since 2013 and Development Manager Turner Tian told us why they are joining the Minister-President to China.”
In the presence of our Minister for foreign trade, mrs. Sigrid Kaag, Michiel Steeman of Inchainge signed an agreement yesterday with the China Federation of Logistic Professionals to promote The Fresh Connection in logistic and supply chain education across China.
Students from Otto-von-Guericke-Universität Magdeburg claim victory at the German Regional Final of the Global Student Challenge.
Last Saturday the BVL campus in Bremen was buzzing with excitement. A total of 64 students from 13 universities gathered to battle for the honor of representing Germany. Students were challenged to perform individually and in teams.
This week. Beijing based and top ranked Tsinghua University confirmed to use our supply chain simulations The Fresh Connection and The Cool Connection for the next couple of years. China is clearly investing in supply chain knowledge. Exciting times ahead.
26 of the ranked 100 universities in SCM World’s list of ‘Markers of Supply Chain Talent 2016’ use The Fresh Connection or The Cool Connection in their courses.
DORTMUND (Germany), 14th November 2016 – Inchainge Trainer Patrick Willems today hosted an ‘Experts’ Train the Teacher training day at the TU in Dortmund. Experienced teachers were trained on different subjects they encounter in their daily teaching activities. ROI’s went up high, even in specific scenario’s.
An interesting blog about 7 steps to support a sustainable S&OP culture.
New Orleans, LA (October 21, 2014) – APICS Supply Chain Council (APICS SCC) is proud to name Sun Yat Sen University (from China) the overall winner of the APICS Fresh Connection Global Student Contest. A total of 12 student-led teams from around the world were selected to attend APICS 2014 and participate in the annual scholarship case competition.
We congratulate the teams from the following universities on winning their regional competitions and thus having qualified for the APICS The Fresh Connection Global Student Final on October 17th in New Orleans, U.S.A.: