In this fast-paced world, the need for businesses to deliver more value for less whilst meeting an increasing consumer expectations is ever more challenging. The Fourth Industrial Revolution comes with its technological advancements such as IoT, drones, 3D printing, and a plethora of other solutions aimed to increase visibility and accountability. Logistics & Transport is at the heart of addressing these challenges through a combination of cross-industrial methodologies. Organizations will need to become more innovative if they are to manage the complexity of today’s environment and succeed in creating more value for their stakeholders.
At The Future of Logistics & Transport Summit, the speaker will present practical industrial perspectives of latest technological trends and how they are aiding to transform successful companies to be even more agile and efficient within the logistics and transport sector.
Attending this summit will enable you to gain invaluable industry insights and grounded theoretical perspectives of the new era of tech-driven logistics, distribution and transport practices across multiple industries.
- To present to participants revolutionary disruptions in SCM, Logistics and Transport.
- To reinforce the interdisciplinary character of Logistics & Transport and the new ways of enduring coordination and collaboration.
- To bring to fore pivotal professional and industry specific practices that will add to students’ theoretical understanding.
- To stimulate conversations around what skill set will make Logistics & Transport management even more relevant in the face of technically-enabled business environment.
Speaker- Prince Boadu
Prince is currently Manager for Distribution Requirements Planning (DRP) for Central/Eastern/Southeast/Southern Europe + outside Europe sales (comprising Latin America, AMA,ANZ) for the Personal Healthcare International (PHCI) Planning Service Center of P&G Health Germany GmbH in Darmstadt. He is a supply chain professional with experience in pharmaceutical value chains across several markets.
As an entrepreneur who is passionate about innovation and entrepreneurship in Africa, he is co-founder of Maptech and Kumasi Hive. Maptech leverages the power of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) to solve business problems by developing and deploying GIS-based applications. Kumasi Hive, on the other hand, is an innovation hub that promotes the rapid prototyping of ideas, entrepreneurship and youth development. The Hive focuses on promoting collaboration among tenants within our co-working spaces and hardware facility. This is a radical shift from the usual software centered hubs in Ghana.
In 2016, Prince was named by FORBES Africa on the 30 under 30 list. He is the founding curator of TEDxKNUST, a World Economic Forum (WEF) Global Shaper and a Fellow of the Afrika Kommt! Program. He served as a speaker in 2015 at the Atlantic Dialogues in Morocco as one of 40 named Emerging Leaders from four continents across the Atlantic Basin —an initiative under the auspices of the Policy Center for the New South, Morocco. He is an active member of the GhanaThink Foundation and President of the 10K Network.
Prince holds Bsc and MBA (Logistics & Supply Chain Management) from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science & Technology.