Are you an executive ready to delve into the ins and outs of supply chain excellence with Teus van Dieren, Head of Supply Chain Strategy & Transformation at Philips? In a world shaped by geopolitics and an escalating focus on sustainability, Philips is set to revolutionise its supply chain approach. During a Vision Dinner on April 18th, Teus will guide you through this approach, diving into Philips’ strategic journey of shifting the supply chain dynamics by moving factories from Asia to Europe.
Teus van Dieren, Philips
Head of Supply Chain Strategy & Transformation
With a wealth of experience acquired at companies such as Heineken and Friesland Campina, Teus van Dieren has been a valuable asset to Philips for over a year. In his current role, Teus oversees the production and delivery of Oral Healthcare products within Philips.
Gain insights into the challenges and triumphs of steering this project, and learn about Philips' dedication for sustainable supply chain practices and the balance between cost-effectiveness and environmental responsibility. Not only will you have the chance to learn from Teus’ experience first-hand; after his keynote presentation, in which Teus will take you through the practical implications and lessons learned during Philips’ transformation, you will enter a table discussion with other executives. Don't miss out on this opportunity to gain valuable insights, engage in meaningful discussions, and network with like-minded professionals.
This session is organized as part of the Smart Industry Network Netherlands (SINN) program 2024. RSVP now to secure your spot.
17:30 | Start program (including presentation, discussion and a 3-course dinner)
20:30 | End of formal program, opportunity for informal networking
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