This Week In Supply Chain Now: May 3rd – 7th

Listen up! We’re kicking May off with some great conversations you won’t want to miss. Take a look back on the latest episodes, interviews, conversations, and livestreams from this week right here.

On Monday, we released 3 new episodes!

In this episode of Supply Chain Now, Scott welcomes JD Redmon back to the podcast for a frank conversation about accessing the marketing solutions you need, the trend towards diversity marketing and hiring, how to use your voice to achieve what you need, and so much more.

On This Week in Business History, Scott Luton explores the genesis of The Clorox Company, from the early entrepreneurial struggles to their international expansion, innovation & growth.

On Supply Chain Now en Espanol, Enrique Alvarez welcomed Alex Meza with RioRev Partners to the podcast to talk about growing up in Mexico and the United States, Alex’s professional experience, and trade between the two countries.

On Tuesday, we released 2 new episodes!

On this episode of TEKTOK Digital Supply Chain Podcast, powered by Supply Chain Now, host Karin Bursa welcomes Jason Tham with Nulogy to the podcast to tackle the question- is your supply chain agile or fragile?

On TECHquila Sunrise, host Greg White dives into 7 things your 3 your startup pitch needs to be successful.

On Wednesday, Dhairya Patel, a Supply Chain Analyst Intern at Inquizity, joined Scott on Supply Chain Now to discuss how supply chain is the backbone of any organization, what Dhairya has learned about supply chain planning over the last year, the impact reverse logistics has on CX, and much more!

On Thursday, we released a replay of The Supply Chain Buzz, a Supply Chain Now livestream powered by OpenText that focuses on the top news in supply chain this week. In this episode Greg White and Scott Luton are joined by Enrique Alvarez, Dhairya Patel, Keyur Shah, and Chef Vikas Khanna to discuss the critical levels of coronavirus being experienced in India.

We ended the week by kicking off Season 3 of Veteran Voices. In this episode, our hosts Scott Luton and Kevin L. Jackson welcomed veteran advocate, higher education leader, & consultant Nadia Delanoy, PhD to share her passion for helping veterans & serving the community.

Which was your favorite episode? Make sure you tune in next week for more great conversation, timely topics, and exceptional guests on Supply Chain Now!

Kim Reuter


From humble beginnings working the import docks, representing Fortune 500 giants, Ford, Michelin Tire, and Black & Decker; to Amazon technology patent holder and Nordstrom Change Leader, Kimberly Reuter has designed, implemented, and optimized best-in-class, highly scalable global logistics and retail operations all over the world. Kimberly’s ability to set strategic vision supported by bomb-proof processes, built on decades of hands-on experience, has elevated her to legendary status. Sought after by her peers and executives for her intellectual capital and keen insights, Kimberly is a thought leader in the retail logistics industry.

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Jose Miguel Irarrazaval

Host, Logistics with Purpose

Jose Manuel Irarrazaval es parte del equipo de Vector Global Logistics Chile. José Manuel es un gerente experimentado con experiencia en finanzas corporativas, fusiones y adquisiciones, financiamiento y reestructuración, inversión directa y financiera, tanto en Chile como en el exterior. José Manuel tiene su MBA de la Universidad de Pennsylvania- The Wharton School. Conéctese con Jose Manuel en LinkedIn.

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