In the dynamic world of supply chain and logistics, mentorship plays a pivotal role in shaping the leaders of tomorrow. Shipeezi is pleased to announce that our Founder & CEO, Carlos Ferri, has been selected as a mentor in the Supply Chain and Logistics Association of Australia’s (SCLAA) National Mentoring Program for 2023.
Carlos’s journey in the supply chain and logistics industry is a testament to his dedication and relentless pursuit of excellence. With years of experience, he has honed his skills in streamlining operations, optimising efficiency, and fostering innovation. His visionary leadership has propelled Shipeezi to new heights, revolutionising the way businesses navigate the complexities of supply chain management.
As a mentor in the SCLAA National Mentoring Program, Carlos aims to impart his invaluable knowledge, insights, and lessons learned to emerging professionals in the industry. He understands that mentorship is a powerful tool that can inspire, guide, and transform careers.
“By empowering the next generation of supply chain leaders, I aim to build a solid foundation for their success” he said. “Through strategic planning, operational excellence, and embracing technological advancements, I provide mentees with the tools they need to thrive in an ever-evolving industry. Together, let’s foster a culture of continuous learning and innovation, nurturing individuals who will shape the future of supply chain and logistics.”
The SCLAA National Mentoring Program serves as a catalyst for professional growth and development in the supply chain and logistics industry. This program aligns perfectly with Shipeezi’s core values and vision. Carlos’ involvement in the 2023 intake solidifies our commitment to fostering a culture of continuous learning and advancement within the industry.
“Mentorship is a powerful tool,” said Ferri who will be leveraging his experience and knowledge to inspire and empower the future generation of supply chain leaders. “I am really looking forward to working with my mentee and doing what I can to help drive innovation and propel the supply chain and logistics industry into a bright future”.
For more information about the Supply Chain and Logistics Association of Australia’s (SCLAA) National Mentoring Program, click here.