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  • Business Breakfast: “Where Supply Chain 21 meets EFQM to Achieve Business Excellence”

    Created: 17/10/2016

    When: , Thursday 10 November 2016
    Where: Glynhill Hotel, 169 Paisley Road , Renfrew, Glasgow, PA4 8XB
    This event is being organised by Quality Scotland
    This particular event is free to attend, so no payment is required.


    It is too late to book a place for this particular session, sorry about that.

    What is Supply Chain 21?  What is EFQM? How can they help you achieve world class performance, deliver quality and achieve sustainable business excellence? 

    Come along to Quality Scotand's Business Breakfast to hear first-hand from organisations that are benefiting from SC21 and the EFQM Excellence Model.

    Speakers include:

    • Colin Alan, SMAS and SC21 practitioner with over 30 years’ experience in manufacturing, who will provide an overview of SC21;
    • Paul Houston, Managing Director of WB Alloys welding technology solution provider and SC21 Silver Award Winners 2016, will focus on the benefits that SC21 brings to his business; and
    • George Wilson of the Centre for Competitiveness, will highlight the benefits that over a dozen SC21 companies in Northern Ireland, including Bombardier and BEA Systems, have experienced in going beyond SC21 to achieve EFQM recognition.

    To find out more or to book your place click here




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