Labs and Communities: places for sharing, action and mutual support
The FRANCE SUPPLY CHAIN BY Aslog community is committed to strengthening the impact of the Supply Chain on business competitiveness, and making it a lever for a more sustainable world. Its network of 4,900 members, professionals from all business sectors, academics and students, pool ideas and experience to provide Supply Chain players with concrete solutions.
Theworkshops we run are great places for dialogue and progress. Creativity and the sharing of experience help to guide, inspire and advance each individual.
LABS and projects
The association relies on its working groups, made up of passionate members who are experts in their field, to provide its members with a wide range of products. Each of the labs has set itself the goal of imagining and proposing guides, solutions and tools to meet the challenges of an ever-changing world.
Each of our think tanks has its own specificity, area of expertise and objectives. All our projects are based on 5 shared core values, which you can find out more about in the France Supply Chain association presentation.
Chairman Yann de Feraudy highlights the strengths of Labs France Supply Chain.
The supply chain has changed dramatically and is no longer just about cost control. Our model is constantly evolving and contributes not only to the local development of companies, but also to their rapid expansion around the world.
The power of communities
This new concept differs from Labs in its approach and purpose. Communities are informal groups whose sole purpose is tohelp each other and share experiences and situations. They are privileged spaces for exchange between professionals from all sectors of activity.
Focus on Women in Supply Chain, a community of over 200 members led by Marie-Laure Furgala, Director of ISLI KEDGE ISLI