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16 September 2022, 9.00-10.30 am

The Supply Chain Committee will hold a Sharing Session on the topic of “Supply Chain Resilience & Well-being of the Personnel”.


COVID-19 has disrupted global activities across all economic sectors and industries. The disruptions have been largely due to the lockdown measures adopted and implemented by countries globally as a health strategy to mitigate the impact of the pandemic’s spread on the human population. Production halts, movement restrictions of people and goods, border closures, logistical constraints, as well as the slowdown of trade and business activities and rising inflation and Out of Stocks have been the fall-outs of the COVID-19 lockdown measures.

All these have had a massive impact on the resilience of manpower as the KPIs remained intact on delivery and processes and constraints became hugely significant. The Supply Chain personnel suffered from overtime working, staff shortages and impaired human connections from lockdowns, while the exposure to health risks was heightened.

The physical and mental well-being of the people behind the supply chain resilience has become the paramount focus of the industry as the uncertainties owing to War and Shutdowns continue unabated to keep the businesses running. We welcome you to a face-to-face event wherein the speakers will share their insights on the key question of: How to apply an organisational strategy to maintaining workforce resilience in the post-pandemic era?



8.45 am Registration
9.00 am Opening Remarks by EuroCham
9:05 am Presentations
– Mr Prateek Jain, Head of Nutrition (HFD) and H&W- International Markets at Unilever Asia
– Ms Feng Yun Supply Chain and Customer Service at Ipsen Pharma Singapore
– Dr John Su, Director of Global Health and Wellbeing (SEAA), Unilever
9:45 am Moderated Panel Discussion and Q&A by Ms Feng Yun
10:10 am Closing Remarks



Mr Prateek Jain
Head of Nutrition and H&W Business – International Markets

Prateek leads the Nutrition and Health & Well-being business for International Markets with Unilever. He has over 25 years of experience with a larger part of his career in Supply Chain. 

He has held Global Supply Chain roles during his stints with GSK Consumer Healthcare and is passionate about Sustainability, end-to-end view of business and transformation initiatives. Prateek likes Indian Classical music and plays Mohan Veena to connect with himself.


Dr John Su
Director of Global Health and Wellbeing (SEAA)

Dr John Su is currently the Director of Global health and wellbeing (SEAA) at Unilever.  He works closely with the various health and wellbeing teams in the region to implement global and regional strategies and programs that enable the optimisation of the health and well-being of every employee within Unilever SEAA. Dr John has a keen interest in the leveraging of digital solutions to address the ever-changing well-being needs of the evolving employee population of today.
Dr John graduated from the National University of Singapore and has more than a decade of experience practising in both tertiary and primary healthcare institutions before transiting into the corporate health and wellbeing arena.




Ms Feng Yun
Supply Chain and Customer Service
Ipsen Pharma Singapore
18 years of experience in Supply Chain Management in the APAC region. Eight years for China (supply chain and distribution commercial policy), ten years for other Asian countries and regions. Direct management of ASEAN and Japan, functional alignment for South Korea, Australia, and TW&HK cluster.

In between, 2 years of experience in data transformation, database and Power BI dashboard management:
– Certified Supply Chain Professional (CSCP) – Since 2020
– Six Sigma Green Belt – Since 2014
– Certified Pharmacist registered in China – Since 2003
– Master of Business Administration (DESS-CAAE) – University of Paris I: Pantheon-Sorbonne
– Bachelor of Pharmaceutical Sciences – Beijing University of Chinese Medicine Chinese Native speaker, fluent in English and French. 



This meeting is only open to members of the Supply Chain and Human Development Committee. If you are keen to attend, please contact Miss Christine Jeremiah at events@eurocham.org.sg