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Does anyone know what to expect for an Apple "WorldWide Supply Demand Planner" technical interview?

I have an upcoming interview for a WorldWide Supply Demand Chain Planner position at Apple that requires a technical portion of the interview, as well as a full case study later on.

Can someone familiar with the role describe the day to day and what to expect in terms of technical parts of the supply demand interview?

I have an upcoming interview for a WorldWide Supply Demand Chain Planner position at Apple that requires a technical portion of the interview, as well as a full case study later on.

Can someone familiar with the role describe the day to day and what to expect in terms of technical parts of the supply demand interview?

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