Supply Chain Executives Offer
The Supply Chain Academy are offering a promotional opportunity to executives for May; to try one of their leading edge masterclasses at an introductory price.
The Leading Complex Change Through The Supply Chain masterclass would be extremely beneficial to anyone planning any changes in their business, including; upgrading systems, planning expansion, relocating, looking at reducing costs or increasing sales and marketing.
This currently featured masterclass, takes place on the 16th and 17th May in Upminster. The intensive two day programme will focus on recognising and understanding the many facets of individual team behaviours and applying that knowledge to ensure successful change.
This masterclass is designed for Directors, Senior Managers and Leaders of change and the one-off price offer of £695.00 for the 2 day course, comes with a guaranteed return on your educational investment.
The offer is only available until the 5th of May, with only a handful of places still available, therefore we encourage you to book early. Further information on the course can be found here.
To book online at the reduced price you will need to apply the discount code SCA-LCC at checkout.
If you would prefer to book over the phone or by email, or would like any further information on how the Supply Chain Academy can benefit your business, then please call 01708 259450 or email email@example.com.
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