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Now Is the Time to Enter 2011 Supply Chain Innovation Award Competition

The publisher of SupplyChainBrain and the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals invite you to receive recognition for your company's supply chain innovation success by entering the 7th annual Supply Chain Innovation Award competition.

The Supply Chain Innovation Award provides an annual opportunity to honor those companies or teams of supply chain partners with significant achievements in supply chain innovation. The industries, applied methods and actual accomplishments may differ, but each team's case study clearly exhibits how supply chain innovation directly contributes to improved corporate performance.

Submissions consist of a case study describing the supply chain innovation with emphasis on innovation and measurable results. The first step in the process is to let us know of your intent to submit an entry. Intent to submit forms with 50-word abstracts are due January 24, 2011. Final, 10-page case study submissions are due March 21, 2011.

Learn more by reviewing the Supply Chain Innovation Award page, submission guidelines, and the past finalist and winners page.

Selection Process
The top submissions will be designated as award finalists. Finalists will present at the CSCMP Annual Global Conference 2011 in Philadelphia October 3-4, 2011. The presentation is the final stage of the competition. Finalists present to an audience of conference attendees with a CSCMP/SupplyChainBrain panel evaluating each session. Presentation and case study scores will be combined, and then the award winner and runner-up will be announced at the Annual Conference closing session on Wednesday, October 5, 2011.

More Information
Companies may submit more than one case study. There is no cost to submit a case study; however, finalists attending the conference will be responsible for their own transportation and hotel. Finalist teams are provided two complimentary conference registrations for the entire conference--additional team members must register for the conference on their own.

To learn more about the Supply Chain Innovation Award and to submit a paper for this year's award competition, please see the Supply Chain Innovation Awardâ"žÂ¢ page. You may also read about the 2010 Winners and Finalists on SupplyChainBrain.After reading the Supply Chain Innovation Awardâ"žÂ¢ page, intent to submit form, and guidelines document, please contact Jessica D'Amico, CSCMP Research Project Coordinator, with any remaining questions at jdamico@cscmp.org or at +1 630.645.3460.

Source: SupplyChainBrain, CSCMP

The publisher of SupplyChainBrain and the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals invite you to receive recognition for your company's supply chain innovation success by entering the 7th annual Supply Chain Innovation Award competition.

The Supply Chain Innovation Award provides an annual opportunity to honor those companies or teams of supply chain partners with significant achievements in supply chain innovation. The industries, applied methods and actual accomplishments may differ, but each team's case study clearly exhibits how supply chain innovation directly contributes to improved corporate performance.

Submissions consist of a case study describing the supply chain innovation with emphasis on innovation and measurable results. The first step in the process is to let us know of your intent to submit an entry. Intent to submit forms with 50-word abstracts are due January 24, 2011. Final, 10-page case study submissions are due March 21, 2011.

Learn more by reviewing the Supply Chain Innovation Award page, submission guidelines, and the past finalist and winners page.

Selection Process
The top submissions will be designated as award finalists. Finalists will present at the CSCMP Annual Global Conference 2011 in Philadelphia October 3-4, 2011. The presentation is the final stage of the competition. Finalists present to an audience of conference attendees with a CSCMP/SupplyChainBrain panel evaluating each session. Presentation and case study scores will be combined, and then the award winner and runner-up will be announced at the Annual Conference closing session on Wednesday, October 5, 2011.

More Information
Companies may submit more than one case study. There is no cost to submit a case study; however, finalists attending the conference will be responsible for their own transportation and hotel. Finalist teams are provided two complimentary conference registrations for the entire conference--additional team members must register for the conference on their own.

To learn more about the Supply Chain Innovation Award and to submit a paper for this year's award competition, please see the Supply Chain Innovation Awardâ"žÂ¢ page. You may also read about the 2010 Winners and Finalists on SupplyChainBrain.After reading the Supply Chain Innovation Awardâ"žÂ¢ page, intent to submit form, and guidelines document, please contact Jessica D'Amico, CSCMP Research Project Coordinator, with any remaining questions at jdamico@cscmp.org or at +1 630.645.3460.

Source: SupplyChainBrain, CSCMP