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Supply and Value Chain Center opens second office at Cuneo Mansion

Supply and Value Chain Center opens second office at Cuneo Mansion

“With our second office in Vernon Hills, we’ll be right in the middle of business in the northern suburbs,” says John Caltagirone, director of Quinlan’s Supply and Value Chain Center.

Quinlan’s Supply and Value Chain Center is opening a second office at the Cuneo Mansion and Gardens in Vernon Hills, with the grand opening celebration scheduled for April. 

“Our new office is great resource for Chicago’s northern suburbs and southern Wisconsin,” says John Caltagirone, director of the Supply and Value Chain Center. “Instead of coming downtown, you can connect with us near where you live and work.”

Opened in 2012, the Supply and Value Chain Center is Chicago's academic hub for supply chain management and logistics. The center provides a common platform where more than 70 member companies, industry leaders, and academics can exchange ideas and advance knowledge.

The office complements the center’s main office at the Schreiber Center on Loyola’s Water Tower Campus in Chicago.

Supply and Value Chain Center at Cuneo

The Supply and Value Chain Center’s Cuneo office will be open every Tuesday. Staff will also be available by appointment throughout the week. Eventually, the office will also be staffed on Thursdays and Fridays to provide more flexibility.

The office joins other Quinlan business programs in Vernon Hills. Students can complete their entire MBA program at Cuneo, and starting later this year, students can earn a graduate certificate in supply chain fundamentals at Cuneo.  Cuneo Mansion and Gardens is also available for corporate events and training.

“It’s a great place to get out of your company and do some strategy work,” says Caltagirone. “The grounds are so beautiful, and the mansion is convenient for many manufacturers, distributors, and other companies in that corridor.”

For more information on the Supply and Value Chain Center, please contact John Caltagirone at jcaltag@luc.edu.

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