Supply Chain Change Management: Technology, People and Process
October 28-29, 2021
Managing complex process and system transitions is a challenge on its own. It gets even more interesting once done during unprecedented business disruption like one we have been observing during the pandemic era. Some companies paused their transitional efforts to focus on business continuity, while others even advanced their plans in pursue of efficiencies or savings. How to succeed realising second scenario?
The Retail and Consumer sector stretches from global consumer companies to your local store and high street outlets, and it has been growing fast, especially with the advent of e-commerce. Buying patterns are continually changing and the multi-channel environment defines the way business is done today.
Global Consumer & Retail Supply Chain Management Summit organised by Eusacon is a combination of dynamic thought leaders lead topic areas and masters class discussions. Interactive discussions will allow you to hear and learn best in class applications relating to optimising your supply chain, drive down costs and reduce time-to-market.
We will explore cutting edge technologies and innovative tools with the potential to help supply chain managers improve business process efficiency, better predict and satisfy customer demands, reduce costs and increase profit.
Two days of learning, networking, and ideation with supply chain management and innovation and technology leaders across industries working to grow competitiveness on a global stage through supply chain transformation.
Friedrichstrase 103, 10117 Berlin, Germany
Reasons to Attend
The CRSCM Summit 2021 combines real-world supply chain experience with a memorable stage presence. the perfect combination of education, networking and panel discussions, delivered with impeccable execution.
The most important topics impacting the future of global supply chains, backed up by up by diligent practices and analysis.
The Summit is aimed at both suppliers and buyers who need an overview of the key drivers involved when viewing supply chains from a logistics/demand point of view:
- Appreciate changes to business processes that are taking place
- Understanding of the impact of enhanced logistics and supply chain performance on the overall profitability of the organisation
- Ability to address the management of supply chain risks
- Determine how time builds up in supply chains and that time is cash
- Recognition of the value of working across functions
- Be able to understand, recall and apply improvements after the summit for work-based application
- An Action Plan to enable improved logistics and supply chain performance
- Apply best in class practices
- Learn from other delegates’ experiences and practices
Attendees will consist of Senior Supply Chain Managers and Executives, Junior Supply Chain Executives, Marketing, customer service and manufacturing managers, industry leaders from the following job functions:
- Technology, Innovation
- Lean, Business Improvement, Continuous Improvement, Transformation
- Enterprise Strategy, Integrated Planning, Integrated Business Planning, Competitive Insights
- Industry Capability Development, Supply Chain Development, Business Development, Marketing
- Human Resources and Workforce Development
- Demand Planning, Demand Forecasting, Customer Demand
- Operations, Manufacturing, Production
- Procurement, Purchasing, Materials Planners
- Supply Chain, Supply Manager, Supply Planner, Supply Chain Transformation
- Logistics, Fulfilment
- Warehouse, Distribution Centres, Inventory Controllers
- Distribution, Transport