The founder of the 6,000-member Supply Chain Network International (SCNI) Chuck Zdrojowy is the latest high-profile business leader to join the ki work online marketplace as a category leader for supply chain management (SCM). Chuck will also be giving a webinar talking about his reasons for joining on Tuesday, 22nd October at 10am PDT - 1pm EDT (register here ).
Chuck is extremely well known in the world of supply chain management with 17 years of hands-on experience. He has been involved in every area of SCM including B2B, B2C, e-commerce for retail and manufacturers as well as with third party logistics providers.
Chuck explains why he has joined ki work. "As a career SCM professional/consultant the opportunity to be associated with ki work was immediately obvious to me. What made it even more interesting to me is that I have spent the last five years leveraging much of the new media to help SCM professionals network and connect better, it has become a passion for me.
"Networking may be the most important and yet most under developed tool in many a SCM professional's tool box. The importance of a network is significantly more important to the freelance consultant because that is how they find their own projects. There is not a company behind them marketing and selling consulting project for them to roll onto when the current project is over.
"The opportunity to be the ki work category leader for SCM allows me to leverage my professional experience in supply chain management, my experience in connecting SCM professionals and in building professional communities for SCM pros. How could I not jump on this opportunity? Ki work is helping me take what I am doing for myself and my profession to the next level and beyond."
CEO Michael Wolff says: "We welcome Chuck. He's joining more than 400 professionals a day who are signing up for ki work. Organizations seeking remote workers are seeing the potential of recruiting from this fast-growing marketplace.
"Anxiety about the economy combined with concerns about the financial and environmental impact of travel are making the idea of remote virtual workforces more and more attractive. As organizations try to stay competitive they'll want to use online teams that can be organized quickly and cost-effectively using the best combination of people no matter where they happen to be in the world."
What is ki work?
Ki work (http://ki-work.com) is the leading online marketplace for virtual business outsourcing. It allows organisations to recruit teams of experts, professionals and specialists in hundreds of categories from across the globe.
There are no fees for registration, listing projects or winning bids. The network is designed to help the right organisation to find the right team at the right price for its project.
Ki work's eventual aim is to become the eBay of global collaborative working.
Read the press release: ki work welcomes Chuck Zrodrojowy