Fundamentals of Supply Chain Workshop
Are you interested in supply chain & mastering its fundamentals? Do you want to attend an interactive 5 day workshop and expand your knowledge in this area through using a blended learning experience including simulation games, theory, practical knowledge sharing and excel tools?
MINT is offering 5 lucky customers an opportunity to attend Career Advancers’ workshop
that will help you in mastering the fundamentals of Supply Chain!
Read below to know more and if you’re interested to become one of the lucky MINT customers to attend
this workshop, hurry up and apply now; spots will be reserved on a first come first served basis!
Who should apply?
Workshop Topics Outline
About the Trainer
Karim Kerkor is an experienced procurement & supply chain manager. He started his career in 2005 in as planning engineer for the powder factory in Unilever. He took several roles in the supply chain and started his procurement career in 2008 in Nestle. Karim is a graduate of the American university in Cairo with a degree in mechanical engineering. He completed his master's degree in Business Administration from Edinburgh Business School in 2014. Karim lead major projects ranging from new factories extension, head office relocation, new warehouses purchases and setup, as well as regional logistics tenders. He worked for several multinationals such as Unilever, MAERSK, Nestle, Pepsi, Mars and finally is now the regional procurement manager for WD capital.
Mohamed Mokhtar is an Industrial Engineering. He started his career with Vodafone as an internal communications specialist then moved to the consumer sales department. Later on he joined Nestle to handle export operations across categories. Then joined P&G end of 2013 to date. Started as a supply manager for pampers in NearEast region, then site integrated planning manager for pampers handling Jeddah plant then moved to Demand & initiatives planning for Pampers & Always for NearEast region. In parallel in 2013 he started his own business on the side as well in the fresh fruits industry.