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SCF Essentials Webinar

Have you ever wondered how can treasury and finance help procurement and supply chain? Join us for an engaging webinar on the essentials of Supply Chain Finance (SCF) and its crucial role in today’s business environment. Learn how working capital and supply chain processes go hand-in-hand and how buyers and suppliers can use their own collaborative power to streamline the management of financial flows. This webinar is perfect for supply chain managers and professionals looking at opportunities to bridge the physical and financial supply chains.

We'll dive into real-life case studies that show how SCF principles are applied in daily work to improve cash flow, strengthen supply chains, and achieve sustainable growth. This hands-on approach will help you grasp the practical benefits of SCF, making it easier to apply these concepts effectively.

Plus, this webinar will set the stage for more in-depth topics at the upcoming SAPICS conference in June. Whether you’re looking to refine your financial strategies or just want a clearer view of how finance and supply chain management intersect, this session is for you. Join us to learn how SCF can make a real difference in your business operations.

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Luca Gelsomino

Luca Gelsomino is an Assistant Professor at the University of Groningen and the Academic Director of the SCF Community. In this role, he oversees the Community’s research projects, international network and publication strategy.

His teaching interests include supply chain management, financial analysis and Supply Chain Finance. He holds a Ph.D. with merit from the School of Management of Politecnico di Milano (Italy), on the topic of measuring the financial performance of supply chains. While working for the School of Management, he directed the School’s permanent research program on Supply Chain Finance. His research focuses on the relationship between physical and financial supply chains.