In this episode, supply chain management expert Kevin Ketels, a professor at Wayne State’s Mike Ilitch School of Business, sits down with host Darrell Dawsey to assess the rebound of the supply chain in the region and country as the nation seeks to return to normal after the COVID-19 pandemic. Ketels explains why the country is on track to bounce back — but isn’t out of the woods just yet.
Kevin Ketels is a Lecturer in global supply chain management. He is the host of the annual Healthcare Supply Chain Forum and faculty lead for study abroad in Netherlands, Germany and Poland.
For nine years, Kevin served as the CEO of KMED LLC. KMED Inventory offered health care inventory management services to hospitals and pharmacies nationally. KMED Research was a clinical research site management organization that operated clinical trials in SE Michigan on behalf of many global pharmaceutical companies.
Kevin has more than 25 years of corporate marketing management and agency experience at companies including Dell Financial Services in Round Rock, Texas, and State Street Corp in Boston, Massachusetts.
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