In February’s version of Supply Chain Digital, we interviewed Rodrigio Cambiaghi, Asia-Pacific and Greater China Supply Chain and Operations Leader at EY, to debate supply chain strategies in Asia. In this text, we take a better have a look at Cambiaghi.
Cambiaghi has beforehand labored at Volkswagen, Daimler Chrysler, Deloitte Consulting, Axia Consulting, CIRRELT and Axia Value Chain Consulting throughout a profession spanning three many years. He has lived and labored throughout North America, Europe, Asia and Latin America, and is now primarily based in Shanghai. He was initially born in Brazil, earlier than shifting to Germany after school to start out his profession in the supply chain. “In Germany, I worked for large automotive OEMs to define their global manufacturing strategy. After a few years, I moved into consulting,” he says. From there, Cambiaghi’s profession took him additional into Europe after which onto Canada. “Together with some friends, I started a boutique consulting firm that had a client portfolio of fast-growing global corporations. The reach and complexity of our clients forced us to scale quickly and to branch into different markets, one of those being the United States,” explains Cambiaghi. “My role was to establish and grow the business in the North American market and we became successful quite quickly. In 2012, we got an offer to sell the business to EY so I initially joined the organisation through acquisition and I’ve been here ever since.”
As a part of his present function with EY, Cambiaghi advises senior executives on supply chain and manufacturing strategies and acts as EY’s chief in complicated transformational tasks. Operating with a powerful client-centricity angle, he has a powerful ardour for expertise administration. “We have a large talent pool and people are at the core of our business. You’re only as successful as the people who work for you and we’re extremely proud that we’re recognised as a top employer in all the markets,” he says. “Our values are aligned to the market and our brand not only showcases a trusted organisation but also innovation. We’re able to attract the best talent because of the opportunities we have for our people to grow.” The dimension of EY’s supply chain expertise workforce doubles each eight to 9 months in international locations like China, a statistic that Cambiaghi is delighted with. “Talent is what we’re looking for and it’s everyone’s job. In China, I’m pleased how quickly we’ve built such a strong reputation and brand in the market because it allows us to attract and retain top talent. It’s part of our DNA.”
Learn extra about Rodrigio’s journey with EY in February’s version of Supply Chain Digital.
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