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Thai visitors make an impact at Aston Business School

Thai visitors make an impact at Aston Business School
Thai visitors make an impact at Aston Business School

Academics and practitioners from Thailand and the UK gathered at Aston Business School recently as part of a research project, funded by the British Council under Prime Minister’s Initiatives - PMI 2 connect, to develop an integrated supply chain management (SCM) performance measurement framework which will enable organisations to make enhanced decisions at strategic, tactical and operational levels.

From left to right:Gun Indrakoses,University of the Thai Chamber of Commerce;David Bennett, Aston Business School; Mike Reid, Land Rover UK; Prasanta K Dey, Aston Business School; Saovanit Chantanaroj, Thai Chamber of Commerce; Asawin Pasutham, and Breno Nunes, Doctoral students Aston University.

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