Reverse Logistics- A Game Changer in E-Commerce Business
Fortune Institute of International Business (FIIB) is glad and excited to Congratulate Prof.Rajeev Mathew for receiving a certificate from The National Institute for Entrepreneurship and Small Business Development (NIESBUD). He represented FIIB at the 2 days’ workshop on Reverse Logistics- a game changer in e-commerce business organized by NIESBUD, in association with Ministry of skill development and entrepreneurship.
5th February 2016
The NIESBUD is a premier organization of the Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship, engaged in training Entrepreneurship Development Programmes, Cluster Intervention., consultancy, research, in order to promote entrepreneurship. The Institute has already conducted more than 28,539 different Training programmes, covering 7, 30,212 participants which includes 200 International programmes with 3,860 participants from more than 135 countries.
E-commerce industry is growing at a faster pace, the companies are struggling to deliver good quality of goods at the right time to the consumers. In this race of timely delivery companies are not serious about reverse logistics, which can be a source of revenue and companies can achieve overall operational excellence. Companies are more focus on forward logistics and they ignore reverse logistics which can be a major problem for the companies in a long run.
Through the workshop he gathered various important issues and challenges which e-commerce industry is facing related to reverse logistics and the solution to these problems were also sorted out.
Prof Rajeev Mathew faculty in the area of International Business teaching Export Import Documentation & Policies, World Trade Organization, Global Logistics Management, International Marketing and International Trade theory and Practices, Having rich experience of more than 10 years in teaching field and has guided students on several research projects at graduate and post graduate level. Actively involved in personality development sessions for engineers as well as management aspirants, which has transformed many of the students’ careers and who are now working in organizations of repute all across the country.
His research interests lies in the area of Sea Ports, Inland Container Depot, Global Logistics, Forex and World Trade.
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