Join us at the Total Supply Chain Summit and you’ll have the opportunity to discover the latest insights in supply chain procedures and tactics.
This unique two-day event takes place on May 20th & 21st at Heythrop Park, Oxfordshire and is entirely FREE for you to attend.
Your VIP pass includes access to a series of seminars by industry thought-leaders. These sessions include:
Protecting IP in the defence supply chain
This non-technical presentation shares the Ministry of Defence’s Cyber Security Model. It is how they protect their intellectual property as it moves through their supply chain.
Presented by: Phil Blunden, Ministry of Defence
Setting a successful strategy for IoT in the supply chain
How to engage with digital transformation in the supply chain successfully and get beyond the pilot stage.
Presented by: David Mudd, BSI Group
Solving problems in the logistics industry
Taking the consultancy approach to solving challenges within the warehouse environment. Providing an overview of how voice was used for Crown Paints and where else it could be applied.
Presented by: Guy Willott, Voiteq
Operating an urban fleet – managing the challenge
The presentation will explore the current challenges that fleet operators face with Clean Air Zone activities and how to control costs.
Presented by: Peter Eldridge, ICFM
Quality and compliance in the digital age
In business and society today, tasks and processes are almost always managed digitally/electronically. Why then are quality and compliance often the last to change?
Presented by: Paul Hastings, Ideagen
The Total Supply Chain Summit will also allow you to meet, face-to-face, with innovative and budget-saving suppliers, and network with peers.
Overnight accommodation, all meals and refreshments, plus an invitation to our gala dinner with entertainment is included with your free place.
Places are limited though, so register today.
Or to find out more, call Jamie Higgs on 01992 374058 or email j,firstname.lastname@example.org.
To attend as a supplier, call Nick Stannard on 01992 374092 or email email@example.com.
For more information, visit http://www.totalsupplychainsummit.co.uk.