For Supply Chain Executives

Offer

Offer and advertising

Supply Chain Effect (SCE) is Scandinavia’s only business magazine focusing on Supply Chain Management. The magazine focuses on supply flows within and between companies from a strategic and tactical perspective. SCE is published 4 times annually as a magazine/newspaper and 12 times per year as an electronic newsletter.

Supply Chain Effect anticipates, follows, interprets and takes an in-depth look at trends and publishes articles with a focus on cutting-edge information and a wide perspective. The readership is unique in that it consists of 12,000 executives in senior positions in the supply chain, in both large and medium-sized Nordic companies.

The content is also unique through a mixture of popular science articles from many of our foremost academicians, which is balanced by very practically-oriented SCM articles, reports, interviews and case studies that represent best practice.

In addition to advertising in the magazine, Supply Chain Effect offers:

  • Twelve or more newsletters/year that are specifically aimed at leaders, managers and other decision-makers within supply chain management.
  • In the newsletter, you can advertise and publish news.
  • Advertising and news publishing on the web, sceffect.se.
  • Collaboration on white-papers and studies/surveys that are published and distributed to readers.
  • Customized enclosures and themed magazines.
  • Event partnerships – workshops, seminars, round-tables and conferences.
  • Supply Chain Effect’s editorial staff and other networks offer qualified expertise in business journalism, layout, film & photo and web design.

For more information about advertising, please contact Marika Karlöf, marika@sceffect.se or annons@karlof.se. For a discussion regarding other types of collaboration contact Stefan Karlöf, telephone + 46 (0) 70 590 80 39 or stefan@sceffect.se.

Download the Publication schedule and price list for 2016!


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Inspiration, learning and development that gives results.

As a subscriber to Supply Chain Effect, you get a magazine packed with features that consists of the best of the latest in supply chain management – smart content with a focus on a wide perspective to assist you in getting the full effect from your supply chain. You also get access to a unique network made up of leading individuals, companies and organizations within SCM in the Nordic region as well as special offers to participate in round-tables, workshops and other value-creating events.

The cost of a one-year subscription is SEK 499 including VAT.
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Partners

Unique partnerships

Working with the best people, companies and organizations is the basic idea behind Supply Chain Effect. Through partnership, it will be possible to share, process, develop and disseminate world-class content. An important partnership is Supply Chain Effect’s content collaboration with leading researchers at Linköping University, Stockholm University/Stockholm Business School and the Centre for Trade Research/Lund University. In addition, a number of partnerships are carried out with companies, organizations, individual writers, consultants, researchers and other people who provide knowledge and contacts.

Editorial Board

SCE’s editorial board consists of Mats Abrahamsson, Professor of Logistics at Linköping University, Sven-Olof Kulldorff, professional board member and former Director of Purchasing IKEA and Vice-president of ICA, Marie Nordin, Supply Chain Director, Omega Pharma, and Martin Randel, CEO of Unifaun.

 


Contact

 

Please contact us at info@sceffect.se. For subscription questions please contact us at: pren@sceffect.se. For questions about advertising, please contact annons@karlof.se. Questions regarding advertising materials and the submission of ads will be answered by Michael Kvick: michael@sceffect.se.


Supply Chain Effect • Artillerigatan 6 • 114 51 Stockholm
Tel + 46 8 466 99 50 • info@sceffect.sewww.sceffect.se


Supply Chain Effect has a content cooperation with leading researchers at Linköping University/Institute of Technology, Stockholm University/Stockholm Business School and Lund University/Centre for Retail Research.