What: The Richmond Supply Chain Forum
When: Tuesday 18th October
Where: Warren Weir, The Warren Drive, Luton, LU1 3TW

This Supply Chain Forum will see Every Angle and Richmond Events complete a trio of events for this calendar year after previously attending the Finance Directors’ Forum in June and an earlier Supply Chain Forum at the start of the year. We hope to replicate the success experienced at these events at the forthcoming Supply Chain Forum in October.

We are very much looking forward to meeting the delegates throughout the day before taking part in what is sure to be a relaxed and enjoyable evening. The Warren Weir will serve as an idyllic venue for this event.

In preparation for this event, if you would like to receive more information about Every Angle, or to better understand how we have greatly improved the operational performance for some of the world’s largest brands, then please send an email to our UK Marketing Manager. We’d be more than happy to forward you our relevant marketing materials.

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About the Event

The conference programme aims to give senior logistics professionals access to new ideas, solutions and innovations to help take their departments and companies forward. The agenda is pitched at a high level and we endeavour to present new case studies and new thinkers on the programme each year.

Keynote and seminar sessions give a high-level view of the logistics industry, offering predictions and insights to help delegates form their future communications strategies. The interactive workshops and discussion groups complement the larger sessions by drilling down into specific issues, allowing delegates to share their collective experiences and to learn how their peers are dealing with similar situations.

This particular instance features speaker slots for three keynote speakers:

> David Rowan, Editor-in-Chief, Wired Magazine
> Mark Littlewood, Director General, Institute of Economic Affairs
> Sean Fitzpatrick, Former Captain, New Zealand All Blacks

Source: http://www.logisticsforum.co.uk/