Event: 2 Day Training Course RISK ASSESSMENT & MANAGEMENT
FOR ZONES, REGIONAL & NATIONAL AUTHORITIES
A fresh perspective on FDI, Supply Chain Security andd Trade Facilitation Date: Monday 11th and Tuesday 12th June 2012 Venue: Al Murooj Rotana Hotel, Dubai, UAE
|10th June 2012||Arrive in Dubai − Welcome Drinks|
|11th June 2012||Training Course Day One|
|FDI, RISK ASSESSMENT AND MANAGEMENT
GLOBAL UPDATE ON SUPPLY CHAINS
|12th June 2012||Training Course Day Two|
|Option A: MANAGING RISK IN SUPPLY CHAINS AND CUSTOMS|
|Option B: MANAGING RISK IN INVESTMENT DECISIONS AND CAPACITY BUILDING|
|Presentation of Certificates of Completion|
Time has been allowed for delegates' questions and discussion throughout the programme
Market Scoping International (see below) was established in 1995. Clive is the former European Director of the Welsh Development Agency (WDA) and was also, for several years, European Business Development Director of Ladbroke International/Hilton International in Brussels.
The WDA succeeded in attracting over 40% of all Japanese investment coming into Europe ; it was also one of the top 3 destinations for American and European investment. During this period that Clive was European Director Wales attracted almost US$4 billion of FDI. This was a substantial achievement for a small country. At the WDA Clive was also responsible for EU programmes and funding. He was Chairman of the Wales Euro Info Centre.
Clive is an experienced practitioner with an extensive network of corporate and institutional contacts throughout the World. His work within the areas of business location strategy, international trade and economic development has been showcased by CNBC TV and at conferences organised by the United Nations, World Bank, Financial Times , and the OECD. He is the author of the guide 'Attracting foreign direct investment to your region’ (ISBN 91-630-4897-3), which was published by Invest in Sweden Agency. He is the co-author of the ‘Investment Policy Review’ of the Dominican Republic published in Spanish and English and the ‘Examen de la politique de l’investissement au Maroc’, published in French and English. He was a contributor to ‘Allt kan bli bättre’ (everything can be better), published in Swedish.
Clive is an experienced coach, trainer and mentor and has delivered over 200 capacity-building workshops and retreats across Europe, Africa and the Middle East. He is an adviser to the United Nations Conference on Trade and Investment (UNCTAD) and has carried out strategic reviews on their behalf. He is a consultant to the European Commission and has recently completed a number of assignments across Europe, Africa, the Middle East, the Caribbean and Asia Pacific.
Clive helps countries to develop and implement new growth strategies. He has specific expertise in developing strategies to attract investment and in building platforms, which help companies and countries to grow and to compete internationally. Clive is deeply involved in the development of the next generation (3G) growth model for companies and countries (see below). He speaks English, German and French.
Market Scoping International (MSI) has worked since 1995 with countries, regions and cities around the World to help them to attract investment. They are also consultants to the United Nations, the European Commission and the World Association of Investment Promotion Agencies. They are authors of the guide ‘Attracting foreign direct investment to your region’ and are joint authors with the United Nations of a number of Investment Policy Reviews.
Market Scoping specialise in designing, creating and implementing new investment promotion platforms and models. They have now developed the 3G (Third Generation) model as a practical response to today’s market conditions. 3G addresses the challenges described above; it is a contemporary platform for growth which can help countries, regions and cities to benefit from the considerable opportunities to attract more investment as we emerge from the Financial Crisis.
Juha holds a doctorate of management degree from the Business School of University of Lausanne in Switzerland (HEC UNIL). He specializes in supply chain security research, looking at the various challenges and complexities between the private and public sector actors, security policies, programmes and standards.
Dr. Hintsa has over 20 journal and conference publications and book contributions in the topic, and is a regular speaker and guest lecturer at related events world wide. He is active in multiple European research and standardisation projects, including Framework Program 7 (FP7) and European Committee for Standardisation (CEN).
Dr. Hintsa is also a member of Transported Asset Protection Association (TAPA EMEA) regulatory affairs working group; Partnership in Customs Academic Research and Development (PICARD) advisory group for the World Customs Organization (WCO); and editorial board member for the Journal of Transport Security and the World Customs Journal.
Dr Luca Urciuoli has a Master of science degree in Industrial Engineering, from Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenburg, and a Doctorate in transportation security from the Engineering University of Lund, Sweden.
He has been working at the research unit of the Volvo group as a project manager developing telematics services in the areas of transport and logistics optimization, security, and up-time management and diagnostics. At the University of Lund he has been responsible for the course in International physical distribution and has published diverse transport safety and security articles in conference proceedings and scientific journals.
Since 2010, Dr. Urciuoli works as the research director of Cross-border Research Association (CBRA) focusing on the topics of customs and supply chain security, as well as supply chain visibility. At CBRA his work includes supply chain security guidebook development for European Committee of Standardization (CEN), as well as driver security guideline development for a leading European commercial vehicle manufacturer.
He has also worked with European FP7 research projects including LOGSEC -EU supply chain security roadmap; INTEGRITY -evaluation of a data sharing platform to improve supply chain security and visibility; and CASSANDRA -development of a risk based approach and cost-benefits analysis to evaluate new innovations for supply chain efficiency and security.
Cancellations must be received in writing 21 days prior to the event and will be subject to a 15% cancellation fee unless a substitute delegate is nominated. If less than 21 days notice is given no refunds will be available, however substitutions will still be accepted. The organisers reserve the right to make changes to the content and timing of the programme, or any other aspect of the event, when unavoidable. Our liability in the unlikely event of a cancellation will be limited to a refund of the full conference fee.
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