Mark Millar leverages 25 years global business experience to provide value for clients with informed and independent perspectives on their supply chain strategies in Asia.
His series of ‘Asia Supply Chain Insights’ corporate briefings, consultations and seminars help companies navigate the complex landscapes in China and ASEAN, improve the efficiency of their supply chain ecosystems and make better informed business decisions.
Acknowledged as an engaging and energetic presenter, clients have engaged Mark as Speaker, Moderator, MC or Conference Chairman at over 300 events in more than 20 countries.
Mark is a Visiting Lecturer at Hong Kong Polytechnic University and serves on the advisory board of several leadingorganisations. His industry contributions have been recognised with a number of accolades, including being named in the “Who's Who of Power Players in Supply Chain Management in China", the “Pro’s-to-Know Thought Leaders in Supply Chain” and as “One of the most Progressive People in World Logistics”.
London based business book publisher, Kogan Page have commissioned Mark to write the book “Global Supply Chain Ecosystems”, due for publication in 2015.
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