Gaining a competitive edge in Asia: Supply Chain Strategies


This week we kick-off the Executive Leadership Program speaker series with Paul Bradley, a leading expert on logistics and supply chain management in Asia.

Bradley is a featured speaker at many events and classrooms throughout Asia and the world including The Economist (EIU) Conference, Business Week China Conference, Wharton, National University of Singapore and University of Hong Kong.

Drawing on over 20 years of Asian experience including serving as Managing Director for IDS, a leading logistics company acquired by Li & Fung Ltd in 2010 Bradley will offer lessons in:

- New business platforms being developed in Asia with rapid speed

- Creating new companies in Asia

- Multi-cultural management

- Taking companies public through IPO and reverse mergers


Chicago Booth Asia Campus
101 Penang Road
Singapore, Singapore


No Charge

Speaker Profiles

Paul Bradley (Speaker)
Chairman & CEO, Caprica International, President of Asia Capital Enterprises

Paul W. Bradley has been involved in international business throughout his career, including 20 years in Asia. He has established new business entities in China, South East Asia, India and the United States. Mr. Bradley is the Chairman and CEO of Caprica International and President of Asia Capital Enterprises. He also serves on the Global Advisory Board for Arshiya International in India; as Strategic Advisor for OPV Pharmaceuticals in Vietnam; the Advisory Board for the joint venture Avista-Houlihan Loke Investment Bank; and as Vice Chairman of Supply Chain Asia. He recently served as President of Arshiya International, a leading Indian multinational company (listed on the Bombay Stock Exchange) focusing on supply and demand chain management services, Logistics Parks, and Rail services. Prior to this role, he served as Managing Director of IDS Logistics International for the IDS Group (a member of the Li & Fung Group of companies, publicly traded on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange).


Mr. Bradley received his Masters of Business Administration Degree in International Management from Thunderbird, School of Global Management. He was selected by the World Economic Forum as one of the forty "New Asian Leaders" at an award ceremony presented by His Majesty King Abdullah II of Jordan. In 2004, he was selected as "Asian Supply Chain Manager of the Year" by Lloyds FTB Publications. Prior to his involvement in international business, Mr. Bradley served as a Congressional Assistant in the United States Senate and Parliamentary Assistant in the British House of Commons. He received the Gold Certificate of Appreciation from President Ronald Reagan.


Christina Song 

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