Now in its 3rd year the eyefortransport CSCO Forum looks set to achieve new levels of significance as more top retailers and manufacturers register to attend.
This year’s Chief Supply Chain Officer Forum will take place in Chicago, on 18th-20th June at the fantastic Radisson Blu Aqua Hotel. This year’s agenda promises to surpass the high precedent set in former years with new, business-crucial topics.
The latest companies to add their names to the attendee list include: Shell Oil, Abbott Labs, Caribou Coffee, Smithfield Foods, Sony DADC, Bausch + Lomb, Verizon, Annie’s, OfficeMax, Adobe, Intel, US Cellular, Claire’s Accessories, Huawei Technologies, SC Johnson, 7-Eleven, McDonald’s, Wavelink, Oxford University Press, and Georgia Pacific.
Focusing on the primary concerns of Chief Supply Chain Officers around the world, the CSCO Forum Agenda includes presentations from those thought leaders paving the way for C-level supply chain executives everywhere. In addition to this, the event includes opportunities for high-level discussion with industry leaders, executive-led workshops and invaluable networking opportunities.
Co-located with the 10th 3PL Summit, the CSCO Forum opens up a wealth of opportunity to those executives looking to learn from industry leaders and to maximize the efficiency of their supply chain in 2012.
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