On March 11 & 12, 2016 the 14th Campus for Supply Chain Management will take place at WHU – Otto Beisheim School of Management in Vallendar. We are going to explore the impact of digitization on supply chains together with many notable speakers that will share their know-how and insights to our new topic:
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“This has been by far the most cohesive, well organised and informative event I have ever experienced.”
Stathis Vasileiou, Student-participant 2014
“Incredibly professionally organized event with a good mixed group of guests in a very interesting format.”
Frank Sportolari, CEO UPS Germany
To get more information about our speakers, click on their pictures below.
As CEO of Deutsche Post DHL, Frank Appel is responsible for global management of the world’s leading mail and logistics services group. He joined the Group in 2000 as Managing Director of Corporate Development and has been a member of the Group’s Board of Management since 2002. In 2008 he assumed the role of Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the Board of Management at Deutsche Post DHL.
Prior to joining the Group, Frank Appel was a managing partner at McKinsey & Co., Frankfurt am Main, Germany. He has a MSc in chemistry from the University of Munich and a PhD in neurobiology from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH) in Zurich.
In 2014, Frank Appel has been appointed by United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon to become a member of the UN’s recently launched High-Level Advisory Group on Sustainable Transport. Frank Appel is also member of the supervisory board of the global network for education, Teach For All.
Before founding company Lade AS in 2010, Terje Lade has been working in marketing and sales of Norwegian Ships Equipment in China, South Korea and Japan for the last 15 years. He has also spent 10 years as a designer within Offshore Engineering and in his spare time he has been working on the design of speed sailing boats. Terje Lade has a BSc in Mechanical Engineering.
Oliver Evans was born in 1954 in Chaville, France. He attended university in Manchester, England where he received a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1976 as well as a prize for academic distinction.
Mr. Evans was appointed to his present function in April 2005. His responsibilities include full accountability for the cargo and mail business of Swiss International Air Lines, operating under the banner Swiss WorldCargo. Mr. Evans is a Member of the Extended Management Board of Swiss International Air Lines, and Member of the Group Executive Committee of the Lufthansa Cargo Group. In 2011 he was elected Vice Chairman of The International Air Cargo Association (TIACA) and in 2013 he became chairman.
Mr. Evans joined SWISS in 2002 and prior to his current function held the position of Chief Sales and Marketing Officer and Member of the Management Board, with responsibility for Passenger sales and marketing worldwide. Mr. Evans previously worked for BAX Global, a leading international logistics service provider (from March 2001 until end 2002) and for KLM Royal Dutch Airlines from 1987 to 2001, occupying various senior cargo management functions.