Based on recent events and the rapidly evolving nature of the COVID-19 pandemic, we have decided to postpone the summit to later in 2020. We will announce the new dates once confirmed. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to get in touch: email@example.com
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Supply Chain Innovation 2020 is about exploring and examining this decade’s innovation trends across not just technology, but current and upcoming customer and workplace trends.
Supply Chain Channel’s 4th Annual Supply Chain Innovation Summit brings innovation, technology, creativity and revolutionary trends together under one roof to share insights into how to drive organisations into the next decade of E2E supply chain.
Overall, there will be 2 streams that focus across logistics management to meeting current demands, warehouse innovation and designing a fulfillment service that is customer focused. We welcome over 50 speakers from the largest and fastest growing industries passionate about progress and delivery over 20 hours of content.
Preparing for the next decade of logistics and Supply Chain
The key to business success is ensuring your stakeholder relationships are long-term, based on trust and mutual value. Mark Brady unpacks how to get the best out of your partnerships.
Using both theoretical and historical examples, David will explain how distance can guide decision making to improve proximity between producer and consumer as opposed to traditional push efficiency approaches.
A practical look at sustainable practices and how making small changes across your supply chain can lead to significant benefits, not only for the environment, community and stakeholders, but in savings and productivity.
Some still believe a sustainable supply chain is too hard, too costly and not relevant but others have banded together to show how it’s done!
Looking at how putting sustainability at the heart of your operations management can contribute to cost reduction, reduce greenhouse gas emissions and enhance a company’s competitive position
Transform or fall behind – Innovation in technology to stay ahead of the game
For many business leaders, reducing manufacturing costs seems like fighting a losing battle. With the cost of introducing advanced technologies and automation solutions reducing significantly, many explore these often as the last resort to remain competitive in Australia. However, is your business ready to embrace these concepts? Are you simply looking to reduce costs in desperation? What can you do today to make the most of tomorrow’s Industry 4.0 technology?
Introducing three PhD Students from Melbourne University, who will be sharing their innovations to adapt supply chain processes to meet the needs of the decade:
Khalid Aljohani: Consolidated deliveries in the CBD
Jasmine Guo: Shared Courier Networks using Parcel Lockers
Xiaoshuai Peng: Integrated production-inventory-distribution systems using the Physical Internet
Update your knowledge from selfless industry leaders
Meet new people and exchange insights
Your next business partner might be your event seatmate
Our mission is to bring innovation, technology, creativity and revolutionary trends together in one room, to show you how to drive your organisation forward.
This is for organisations looking to take their Supply Chain to the next level.
We welcome over 60 speakers from the largest and fastest growing industries, over 200 attendees passionate about progress and over 20 hours of content to demonstrate how to manage the modern-day consumer, how to leverage new tech and how to identify which trends are worth your investment.
Design your next level of Supply Chain success.
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