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COVID-19 has driven a significant focus on supply chain performance and the essential role it plays in the global economy. The acceleration of digitalisation further supporting the availability of data with the combination of advanced analytical tools gives a unique opportunity to get a deeper understanding of supply chain performance transforming the flood of data from the supply chain into valuable opportunities for operational and bottom line impact.

To ensure a well-functioning supply chain it is essential we have the right insights and know what good looks like by understanding best in class industry benchmarks. To conclude the session the committee will facilitate a sharing session across members on their recent experiences leveraging the power of data analytics. As an outcome we expect participants to take away a comprehensive overview of the main supply chain data analytic opportunities, applied examples and what is most relevant for the supply chain of tomorrow.



08:45 am –  Webinar Waiting Room Opens
09.00 am –  Opening Remarks by Mr Prateek Jain, Chair of EuroCham’s Supply Chain Committee
09:05 am –  Introduction to the topic by Mr David Ringrose Vice President – APAC Region – Service Logistics, DHL Supply Chain
09:15 am –  Presentation by Mr Remi Giudicelli, Global Business Development Manager, DHL Applied Analytics
09:45 am –  Presentation by Mr Levine Naidoo, Frictionless Business Executive, IBM Sterling
10:05 am –  Discussion and Q&A moderated by Mr David Ringrose Vice President – APAC Region – Service Logistics, DHL Supply Chain
10:25 am –  Closing Remarks by Mr Prateek Jain Chair of EuroCham’s Supply Chain Committee



Mr Remi Giudicelli
Global Business Development Manager
DHL Applied Analytics

Remi Giudicelli leads the global commercial agenda of the DHL Applied Analytics team. In his role, he designs customer-centric and innovative solutions with customers and drives the implementation of a broad range of growth and sales initiatives across 200 countries and companies. Remi was also the commercial Project Management Officer for DHL CSI Asia Pacific, where he developed sales strategy and go-to-market solutions across sectors to accelerate growth in his region.
Before DHL, Remi has held different positions in various industries including Digital Consultant or Software Engineer, giving him a broad perspective on Innovation. Remi graduated in 2016 from INSA Lyon, France with a Master’s degree in Electrical Engineering and then from HEC Paris with an MBA in 2017.


Mr Levine Naidoo
Frictionless Business Executive
IBM Sterling 

Levine is a frictionless supply chain executive within the IBM Sterling business unit. He has led multiple initiatives of economic significance across a number of geographies. His passion is to reduce business friction within several supply chain and compliance-related disciplines. Levine is an active member of several international standards technical committees and has a wealth of experience in driving mass-market adoption of standards and technological change.





Mr David Patrick Ringrose
Vice President
Aftermarket Service Logistics
DHL Supply Chain, Asia Pacific Region

David has spent the last 20 years in the supply chain industry working across multiple geographies mainly with DHL Supply Chain. David began his career in supply chain management in planning for FMCG brands and progressed to operations management running large scale manufacturing logistics in Ireland and Eastern Europe where he established and operated the contract logistics business unit. Based in Singapore since 2009, David focuses on emerging markets and more recently on large scale digital supply chain transformation projects across the Asia Pacific.

David graduated from the National University of Singapore Executive Master of Business Administration – Asia Pacific Markets program holds a BSc. Economics (Hons.) and has also completed APICS Supply Chain Management certification.  David is Co-Chair of the European Chamber Supply Chain Committee and is also a member of the Singapore Institute of Directors.



Mr Prateek Jain
Head of Nutrition (HFD), International Markets, 
Chair of EuroCham’s Supply Chain Committee

Prateek is the Head of Nutrition and Health & Wellbeing Business for International Markets in Unilever. Prior to joining Unilever, he worked with GSK for over 23 years managing various geographies and portfolios as a senior Supply Chain Professional and has to his credit many research papers and dissertation works published on the work done through his various stints. He is currently the Guest Editor for the Special Sustainability issue from MDPI, Switzerland. He is also the Chairman of the European Chamber of Commerce Supply Chain Committee in Singapore fostering collaboration, Best Practice sharing & acting as a conduit between various Government bodies and Industry.


Student tickets are available for this event.

Students from partnering universities are invited to join, free of charge. Partnering universities; NUS, NTU, SMU, EDHEC, ESSEC & INSEAD.
There are limited student tickets available and are subject to correct registration details. 

  • Please sign up with your university-issued email address
  • Enter your institution under “company”
  • Enter your major/ programme under “designation” 
  • Select “Complimentary Student Ticket”


Registration Guidelines –

Please follow these simple steps for easy registration to our webinar.

Step 1: Register below. You will receive an automated registration confirmation email from EuroCham.

Step 2: Prior to the event, a Zoom link will be sent if payment has been received. (Payment by PayPal, PayNow/ PayLah/ QR Code preferred). Please watch out for this second email.

Step 3: Using the link provided in the second email, click on the link 15 minutes prior to the start of the event. 

Step 4: We will only admit attendees whose Zoom profiles match their registration names, so please make sure that your Zoom profile corresponds with your registration name. 

Thank you for your understanding.

Kindly note that there are limited seats available, registration is binding and payment is non-refundable. The organisers reserve the right to change the programme content without giving prior notification or any reasons thereof.