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How Cambodia’s Children Will Learn From Supply Chain Leaders Insights

How Cambodia’s Children Will Learn From Supply Chain Leaders Insights

  The inaugural Supply Chain Leaders Insights event—latest coaching and education brainchild of Rob O’Byrne—took place on 26th October, 2016. This supply chain “conference with a difference” was hailed as a great success by delegates. Indeed, many participants stated their intention to return to SCLI in 2017, having gained a wealth of valuable knowledge from the round-table sessions with supply chain experts. It seems...

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I Choked a Bit on This One

Sorry I choked…..  see the end of the video 🙂 Last week we ran the inaugural Supply Chain Leaders Insight Event here in Sydney. It was a full day of ’round table’ coaching sessions with 20 Industry Experts leading discussions on all many of things Supply Chain. Ticket prices were crazy low so as to threw the event open to all comers and all ticket sales went to Charity…on the Day. I got a very emotional phone call at the...

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5 Countries to Think About When You Drink a Glass of Water

5 Countries to Think About When You Drink a Glass of Water

Through partnership with the charity organisation B1G1, Rob O’Byrne and his consulting company, Logistics Bureau, have provided close to 1.5 million days of access to fresh water for people in countries where that simple commodity is a life-saving luxury. In conducting the normal, day-to-day business of supply chain and logistics consulting, Rob’s team and his customers save lives by donating a small amount of Logistics Bureau’s revenue to...

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The Commercial Benefits of Corporate Philanthropy

The Commercial Benefits of Corporate Philanthropy

As you will know if you follow this blog, Rob O’Byrne is a keen advocate of corporate philanthropy. As a result of his passion for giving, Rob led his team at Logistics Bureau into involvement with the global Non-profit organisation B1G1. Of course many companies around the world engage in charitable giving, but have you ever stopped to think about why they do so? After all, a corporation doesn’t have a conscience to satisfy through performing...

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