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C-suite logistics & consumer habits

C-suite logistics & consumer habits

Network over c-suite logistics & consumer habits at The British Museum on the 9th of March 2016.

The upcoming SHD Logistics Conference will provide the opportunity to network over and reflect on topics of the day including: the emergence of logistics at c-suite level; consumer habits; the growth in canal usage and the importance of collaboration.

At the spring SHD Logistics Conference, delegates will give heed to sessions from speakers including Prof. Neil Ashworth, CEO of Collect+, before exchanging ideas over coffee breaks and lunch.

Sessions of the day include:

Floating to the top: The emergence of supply chain and logistics at c-suite level
Professor Neil H. Ashworth, CEO, Collect+

John Lewis - Reinventing retail
John Munnelly, head of operations, John Lewis

Is today’s logistics infrastructure adequate to meet the challenges of our rapidly changing world and is it embedded in the minds of the policy makers?
Peter Ward, chief executive, UKWA

An entrepreneurial approach to logistics
Stephen Basey-Fisher, managing director, Century Logistics

Manchester ship canal: The 125 year-old logistics asset solving today’s supply chain problems
Stephen Carr, head of commercial strategy, Peel Ports
Take advantage of the earlybird special: £245 + VAT (until the 1st of February 2016)   (£208.25 for UKWA members). Full price: £295 + VAT. To receive further information email [email protected]


Venue: The British Museum, Great Russell St, London
Date: Wednesday 9th March 2016
Time: 9.30am to 4.30pm
Price: £295 + VAT (earlybird special is £245 + VAT until February 1st 2016)



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