Dominic Hebberd, Head of Key Accounts & Product Development at Hermes UK, has been confirmed as the company’s speaker representative on the highly anticipated Digital Leaders panel debate at the SHD Logistics Conference, sponsored by Kronos. This year’s annual event will be held on Tuesday 14th May at the British Museum in London. The conference is themed Transforming Logistics Through Technology.
Hebberd will sit alongside James Hyde, Co-founder and CEO, James and James Fulfilment, Jim Bowes, digital thought leader and CEO and co-founder of TPX Manifesto and Tienne Oates, Logistics Project Manager for her client B&Q at 3PL specialists Wincanton. The panel will be moderated by Natasha Tyrrell, Business Development - Retail & Digital Strategy, BearingPoint, who published a Digital Leaders research last year. Hermes featured as one of the top 10 companies in logistics deemed one of the most digitally engaged.
In his role he is responsible for looking after 30 of the company’s top clients including Next, N Brown and QVC. HIs remit includes gathering and analysing data and intelligence from clients and end consumers around behaviours and trends. This is to ensure that Hermes is building and developing the best new products and services on the market to meet the ever-changing requirements of the home delivery sector. This includes both digital innovations and actual delivery methodology.
He joined Hermes in 2013 and has held a number of senior client facing roles within the business. Prior to that he was employed at Unipart Consumer Logistics and Wincanton where he gained valuable operational experience whilst running several fulfilment and home delivery operations.
This year's keynote at the SHD Logistics Conference will be the Head of Logistics James Turpin and Supply Chain Director Chris Holmes from NHS Supply Chain. The event will also feature a session from the Customer and Industry Insight manager from its UK and Ireland subsidiary, Neil Pickering, in the headline sponsor session.
This keynote session will also be supported by insightful presentations from AB InBev’s warehouse specialist John Tudball, a company that brews lager brands Budweiser and Corona. Tudball’s session will be followed by XPO Logistics’ UK Supply Chain Managing Director Gavin Williams, Prologis UK sustainability officer Simon Cox, and a Digital Leaders Panel chaired by logistics consultants BearingPoint. B&Q and Screwfix brand owner Kingfisher and technology giant Siemens completes the speaker agenda for the event.
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