Dino Rocos to deliver keynote address on April 11 in Dusseldorf
Dusseldorf – eyefortransport is pleased to announce that Dino Rocos, Operations Director and Member of the Board at John Lewis, will deliver the keynote address on day one of the 3rd annual Retail & Consumer Goods Supply Chain Summit, being held on April 11-12 in Dusseldorf.
Drawing on over 30 years retail experience, Dino will explore the role of supply chain within a changing retail environment. In a wide ranging presentation, he will examine the dynamics and influences within retail, the impact they have on the position of logistics within organizations, and the focus of developments as the industry becomes genuinely omnichannel.
This is one of a series of focussed, expert led sessions being held at the Retail & Consumer Goods Supply Chain Summit, which this year will also take a closer look at multichannel supply chain challenges and opportunities. Speakers including Robert Vallender, Head of Physical Logistics at Nestlé, Wolfgang Weber, Supply Chain Director at Henkel CEE, Gracia Amico, Ecommerce Director at Hobbs and Marco De Jong, Director of Supply Chain at Footlocker Europe, will all be sharing their insights into the issues impacting retail and consumer supply chains today. The full speaker list is available online here.
The summit programme is dynamic and interactive, with sessions exploring issues including visibility and supply chain responsiveness, sustainable supply chain, smart sourcing, multichannel inventory management, delivery and collection options, innovative risk management and supply chain design. The full agenda is available online here.
Tickets to the two day summit are now available, with a limited number of complimentary passes still remaining for supply chain executives working at retailers and consumer manufacturers. To find out more, click here or contact Event Director Tara Khan on firstname.lastname@example.org
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