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Six EAE students present their eCommerce improvement proposals to the Board of Directors of Philips Spain
 

 

 

Four EAE students win the International Logistics Competition organised by the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals

 

 

Two EAE students achieve SCPro Level One certification from the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP)

 

On 7th April, students on EAE Business School’s Master in Online Marketing and Digital Business had the opportunity to present their proposals and projects applied to the case of Philips in the company’s headquarters in Madrid. Jorge González, lecturer of Online Marketing Online and Digital Business at EAE Business School, was the driving force behind the initiative in which he challenged his students to search for improvements in Philips’s eCommerce systems, with the added incentive of having the chance to present the best proposals to the Board of Directors of Philips Spain.

 

 

 

Four students taking the Master in Supply Chain Management at EAE Business School were the winners of the international CSCMP Trial Challenge SCPro organised by the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals, the leading global association of logistics and operations professionals. The EAE students (two from Venezuela, one from Germany and one from Spain) competed against professionals, members and partners of the Supply Chain Management Professionals from all over the world. All currently studying the Master in Supply Chain Management, the four winners were:

· Bianca Vázquez (Venezuela).

· Beatriz Zaragoza (Spain).

· Katarina Lange (Germany).

· Dayli Tremarias (Venezuela).

 

 

 

On 29th July, four graduates of EAE Business School’s Master in Supply Chain Management took the examination to obtain SCPro Level One certification from the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP), based in the United States. Just hours later, the results were published and Anahí Arza and Vernon Gewa found out that they had passed.