Academy Partners Chamber

by | Mar 8, 2017

The Supply Chain Academy has officially partnered with the North London Chamber of Commerce and Enterprise (NLCCE) to equip members with end to end Supply Chain understanding through impartial advice and in the long term, training and consultancy.

NLCCE are aiming to be the leading chamber offering supply chain consultancy and expertise. In partnership the Supply Chain Academy will offer support through logistics and supply chain forums, one on one business support and training events to assist members in running their supply chains effectively.

NLCCE is an independent membership organisation representing the interests of businesses in the boroughs of Enfield, Barnet, Haringey and Waltham Forest. It offers a range of specialised support services to help its members raise their profile and generate new opportunities.

The Supply Chain Academy is the only worldwide learning centre that focuses solely on the supply chain, offering high level insight and tuition for executives through our exceptional facilities, with the opportunity to gain university qualifications.

Alex Mortimer, the Supply Chain Academy’s Commercial Director, is pictured left above, shaking hands on the partnership with Despina Johnson, CEO of NLCCE, with the chamber’s Interim Manager Nick Johnson pictured right.

For more information on the partnership, or how the Supply Chain Academy can help your business please contact Alex on email am@supplychainacademy.org.uk.

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