CALL FOR SPEAKERS! Would you like to talk at our supply chain industry events? - Total Supply Chain Summit | Forum Events Ltd
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  • CALL FOR SPEAKERS! Would you like to talk at our supply chain industry events?

    We’re looking for supply chain industry thought-leaders to share their knowledge at the upcoming Total Supply Chain Summits, which are taking place on July 12th & 13th and November 1st & 2nd.

    If you’re available on those dates and would like to take part in this unmissable industry event, simply contact Nick Stannard on 01992 374092 /

    Alternatively, if you’re an industry professional, we don’t want you to miss out on a place at these supply chain industry event – so here’s all the key information.

    Date & Time: July 12th & 13th and November 1st & 2nd

    Event Type: Live Events – Virtual attendance options are available

    Free pass includes: Overnight accommodation, all meals and refreshments throughout the event.

    Key Benefits: Building business connections for your end-to-end supply chain needs and gaining insight into the future challenges within warehousing, supply chain and distribution.

    Multiple Seminars Sessions: Throughout the day you can enjoy two insightful seminar sessions about the current and future challenges within the industry

    Format: Around your seminars we will create a bespoke itinerary designed just for you. The itinerary will include short, relaxed, 1-2-1 meetings with the suppliers you would be interested in meeting and those who would like to connect with.

    These events save you time by helping you to build all the business connections you need in 2021 and the future of your business, so that you can prepare for every eventuality.

    (all socially distancing measures are in place, including clear meeting patrician screens – virtual attendance options are also available)

    Register your interest here via our online form.


    Stuart O'Brien

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