THE SUPPLY CHAIN NATIONAL DIALOGUE
The Supply Chain National dialogue was first held in December 2021 and is designed to take place every two years. The supply chain dialogue was established by Kenya Institute of Supplies Management (KISM) with a view of conglomerating supply chain practitioners and other stakeholders to discuss supply chain management matters in relation to promoting socioeconomic growth in the country.
The conference takes cognizance of the significant role of supply chain management in the overall growth of the country’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP). The objective of the conference is to highlight matters affecting supply chain management at a national level and provide solutions through best practices that will lead to economic development. For meaningful impact and collaboration, the conference draws participation from the Government, private sector, public entities, counties, not for profit organizations, civil societies, academic institutions, and all business enterprises.