90+ Supply Chain Executives to Join CSCO Forum in Venlo

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Over 90 supply chain executives from companies including Verizon, SPAR International, British Airways, TEVA Pharmaceuticals, Walt Disney, and P&G are set to join the Chief Supply Chain Officer Forum in Venlo (The Netherlands) on October 14-16th.

The event, uniting the top supply chain executives from the biggest European retailers and manufacturers, will provide a 3 day programme of high-level learning and networking at the De Maaspoort Theatre in Venlo.

Key decision makers represent a variety of companies including Verizon, Diageo, Kontron, SPAR International, Novartis, Heinz, Philips Healthcare, British Airways, Walt Disney, Epson, Maxam, Panasonic and more.

Event Chairman Hugh Williams, MD at Hughenden Consulting, who has more than 25 years in supply chain consulting, stated; “I am really delighted and excited that eft have again invited me to take the role of chair at this prestigious conference. Bringing together leading professionals in the logistics and supply chain space gives me a wonderful opportunity to help stimulate and provoke highly valuable discussion and debate. I will be working on behalf of all the participants to make sure this is an excellent learning event!”

The elite speaker faculty will be tackling some really future-looking topics examining the key building blocks to supply chain collaboration, discussing how to address sustainability in a practical manner for long term growth, identifying practical guidelines for acquiring, developing and maintaining supply chain talent, amongst other subject matter.

Interested parties in the event can register via this secure link: http://events.eft.com/cscoeu/register.php Complimentary passes are available to senior supply chain executives at retailers or manufacturers.

For further information please contact the event director, Sophie Farrow, at sfarrow(at)eft(dot)com or +44 (0) 207 375 7587.

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