Alex Joins IOD Committee Board

by | Jan 18, 2018

Supply Chain Academy Commercial Director – Alex Mortimer – was recently elected to serve on the Institute of Directors (IOD) committee board, representing the Essex and Herts region.

With a membership of over 30,000 leaders, the IoD is British business’s leading voice and campaigner on a vast range of issues from Brexit to education. The (IoD) was founded in 1903 and was awarded a Royal Charter to support, represent and set standards for business leaders nationwide.

In addition to representing the region, Alex has also taken up the role in the region of Ambassador for Supply Chain and Global Trade. IoD Ambassadors are specialists in their fields and are charged with representing and leading in their profession, whilst also promoting the benefits of IoD membership.

 

The Supply Chain Academy is the only worldwide resource centre that focuses solely on the supply chain and deliver outstanding global supply chain capabilities to business.

For further details on the appointment, or to find out how the Supply Chain Academy, can add leverage to your supply chain, please email info@supplychainacademy.org.uk or call 01708 259450.

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