John Lewis & Partners Head of Central Operations and Transport Ben Farrell has been announced as keynote speaker for this month’s SHD Logistics Conference.
Held at the Library of Birmingham on Tuesday 30th October, Farrell’s session will discuss how the omni-channel retail model will need reinvention, referring to the response of John Lewis and some other retailers, to the extraordinarily disrupted UK retail landscape.
He will discuss how customer-centric retail requires a response way beyond what has in recent years been described as an 'omni-channel' model and how high street retail can drive and meet the requirements of change further and faster.
The ever growing criticality of supply chains is defining the success of retail businesses, and delegates will learn how this challenge presents a real opportunity and responsibility for supply chain leaders to think beyond the traditional boundaries of their roles.
SHD Logistics Conference podcast preview: Ben Farrell previews keynote session
Ben Farrell of John Lewis provides a hint or two on some of the key themes he will be introducing in his keynote session on omnichannel retail.
Savills’ Kevin Mofid, FareShare’s Mark Varney and Nick Hay from Fowler Welch, and Cranfield University’s Prof. Alan Waller OBE will line up to speak at the event. CollectPlus CEO Prof. Neil Ashworth, along with UKWA CEO Peter Ward, Gousto Head of Logicistcs Bobby Amirahmadi and moderator BearingPoint's Natasha Tyrrell, part of a panel covering the issue: Is logistics the new retail?
The SHD Logistics Autumn Conference 2018, to be held on Tuesday 30th October and will analyse the burgeoning retail logistics sector, dissect the brick and mortar store environment - and the implications this has on logistics - and the ascending e-commerce retail market.
Delegate bookings are now open. Book your place for just £295 + VAT here.
SHD will be giving away five free delegate passes for the event. All you simply need to do is fill in the form here, and we will draw five winners out of the hat! Deadline for entry is Tuesday 16 October.