Become a Media/Marketing Partner

As the leading supply chain professional organization in Asia, the Global Supply Chain Council (GSCC) recognizes that media and marketing partnerships are crucial to the success of its events.

Our media packages offer a unique opportunity to reach a fast growing community of supply chain, logistics and procurement decision-makers face to face. Media partners will be given priority access to some of the top executives in Asia and a jump start on emerging news, stories and trends pertaining to supply chain, procurement or logistics.

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A media partnership will also give access to these delegates and speakers faculty through a range of streams exposure and on-site branding opportunities as well as giving you a targeted platform to drive your readers and subscribers acquisition campaigns in Asia.

The potential benefits for of a media partnership include:
– Logo on conference marketing material (brochure, website, emails) with links to your website
– Literature distribution at the event i.e. magazines at media corner and networking area
– Advertisements for your publication or organization in the event program
– Networking opportunities with the leading decision-makers
– Discounted rates for your members or subscribers

For more information about media partnerships and non-cash barters, email us here.

Events At a Glance
- As Asia's leading professional organization in supply chain management, we bring together senior executives from world-class organizations for a unique blend of knowledge sharing, networking and deal-making.
- Each year more than 1,000 senior delegates - predominantly Fortune 500, Top 1000 Manufacturers or Top 100 Brands - attend one of GSCC's high level business events in Asia. Many of our events are now in their tenth or more successful year.
- Among more than 30 events organized each year, our portfolio includes 10 ‘must attend’ conferences held across Asia covering the hottest supply chain topics: global sourcing, indirect procurement, retail, e-commerce, 3PLs, spare parts, customs, and sustainability.