Senior retail and consumer goods supply chain executives from Carrefour, Footlocker, John Lewis, P&G, Nestlé, Metro Group and many more will gather in Dusseldorf, April 11-12th to discuss the big issues affecting retail and consumer supply chains today, as well as debating what the future holds for the industry.
“With a speaker faculty of the highest calibre, and a focus on the real issues having an impact on retail and consumer supply chain professionals today, the summit looks set to be a truly dynamic forum in which to develop cutting edge strategy and network with the best supply chain talent in Europe” said eyefortransport’s Retail & Consumer Research Director, Tara Khan.
In depth, expert led sessions with a strong interactive element will examine topics including supply chain investment vs. cost saving measures, enhancing visibility and driving efficiency, the future of supply chain risk management in the retail and consumer sector and innovative supply chain design geared towards boosting sustainability and lowering expenditure. Plus, for the first time, the summit will host a dedicated forum on multichannel supply chain challenges and opportunities, with sessions examining e-fulfilment, multichannel supply chain design and delivery and collection options – all designed to enhance your ability to make your supply chain multichannel ready.
Passes are now available for the summit. Senior supply chain executives may apply for a complimentary pass to the event. For more information, visit the event page.
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