The International Trade Centre signs partnership with Pamela Steele Associates Ltd for supply chain management in Kenya, Nigeria and Ethiopia
(Geneva, 1 October 2021) The International Trade Centre (ITC) has signed a five-year Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Pamela Steele Associates Ltd (PSA).
Procurement costs represent up to 60% of a company’s overall supply chain budget. It is therefore important for small businesses to focus on ways to reduce costs and improve performance, which will lead to substantial savings, competitive benefits, and increased profits). The collaboration affirms the company as a strategic partner in supply chain management for the International Trade Centre within the region.
“Small businesses struggle to grow due to lack of capital and a limited access to supply chain skills development. This partnership could not have come at a better time when African countries have just signed a continental trade agreement.”
Pamela Steele, Transformational Director, Pamela Steele Associates
“The pandemic has changed how international supply chains will be organized in the future. More than ever these pathways must work for small businesses to incorporate greener, sustainable measures and support greater digital use and access across the supply chain.”
Pamela Coke-Hamilton, Executive Director, International Trade Centre