Cenovus Centre of Excellence in Sales and Supply Chain Management
Supplying foundation. Channelling inspiration.
The Cenovus Centre brings together businesses, faculty and staff, practitioners and students to enhance the sales and supply chain management capabilities of local firms to engage in the buying and selling of goods and services.
We recognize that a large and capable supply chain in any industry starts by investing in and improving the sales management capability and supply chain excellence of each individual firm.
The Cenovus Centre aims to address ecosystem gaps and add value to firms trying to scale up with education and training, research and consultation projects, and community outreach activities.
- to inspire and develop leaders in sales and supply chain management.
- to contribute to the success of Newfoundland and Labrador’s economy by developing a capable and responsible sales and supply chain community.
- inspiration, resources, experiential learning and research opportunities to facilitate and supply development of expertise and building of capacity in sales and supply chain management.
By advancing the skills and knowledge of graduates and businesses, we are helping local businesses become more equipped to compete in global supply chains, thereby aiding in the growth of various industries in Newfoundland and Labrador.
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