SCM World, the supply chain talent development partner for the world’s leading companies, announced today it has been awarded the Queen’s Award for Enterprise 2015, the most prestigious accolade for businesses and individuals in the United Kingdom.
SCM World was recognized for its peer-driven approach to talent and development, using supply chain best practices to empower professionals with the ability to drive greater positive impact on business performance and solve global problems.
“We are honored and humbled to be recognized with the Queen’s Award for international trade,” said Oliver Sloane, CEO of SCM World. “Our team of experts and advisors, along with our members, are passionate about collaborating to enact change both in their organizations and throughout the world. We truly believe that working together, supply chain professionals are uniquely equipped to attack the globe’s greatest issues – and SCM World is here to help facilitate those efforts.”
Queen’s Award winners in the international trade category have demonstrated that their business has achieved substantial growth in overseas earnings and commercial success.
The Queen’s Awards were instituted by Royal Warrant in 1965. The Award is formally conferred by a Royal representative and winners also receive an invitation to a reception hosted by The Queen at Buckingham Palace.
About SCM World
SCM World is the supply chain talent development partner for the world’s leading companies, empowering professionals with the capability, commitment and confidence to drive greater positive impact on business performance and help solve three of the world’s fundamental challenges: health, hunger and environmental sustainability.
The SCM World community accelerates collective learning and performance by harnessing the knowledge of the most forward-thinking supply chain practitioners, shared through industry-leading research, best-practice exchanges, peer networking and events. Over 150 companies participate in and contribute to the SCM World community, including P&G, Unilever, Nestlé, Samsung, Lenovo, Cisco, Merck, Caterpillar, Nike, Walgreens, Jaguar Land Rover, Raytheon, Chevron, Shell and BASF.