Introducing the Seven Summits Trade Challenge for global trade and supply chain professionals
The GTPA is delighted to announce that it will be hosting a formal session as part of the 79th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management to discuss the development of the Seven Summits Trade Challenge to be formally launched later this year.
To succeed in today’s competitive business environment, exceptional individuals must rise out above the crowd.
The Seven Summits Trade Challenge (SSTC) provides trade and supply chain professionals with formal recognition of their career achievements, as well as giving them a structured pathway to build on their trade skills and expertise to reach new heights in the dynamic and ever-changing world of global commerce.
The SSTC is the only global professional qualification and competency-building program of its kind.
It offers a formal pathway to certification as a Global Trade Professional under ISO/IEC 17024 from foundation through Professional, Management, Executive and Fellow levels. This allows trade professionals to be recognised as true, well-rounded experts in their field.
By providing a structured pathway to competency development and lifelong learning, the SSTC aims to inspire those working in international trade and supply chain management to build knowledge and skills across all the facets of trade, including trade management, trade and supply chain finance, supply chain management, trade policy, and regulation and compliance.
The SSTC is about individuals in international trade gaining skills that will lead them to achieve greater heights professionally, which in-turn leads to business growth, increased productivity and strengthened competitiveness at home and overseas.
The SSTC is built on collaboration with Universities around the world.
During this session we will explain how Universities can partner with the GTPA on the SSTC as part of the global alliance and how we can work together on the development of ISO standards for global trade and supply chain professionals.
Date: Sunday 11 August 2019
- Lisa McAuley, CEO of the GTPA
- Niels Strazdins, Head of Global Trade Policy of the GTPA
- Whaohui Wu, Professor of Supply Chain and Operations Management of Oregon State University