CPG Industry Leader F4SS Announces Speaker Lineup for Continuous Improvement Conference

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The Foundation for Strategic Resourcing (F4SS) has announced the speaker lineup for this year’s CI Connect to be held October 1 to 3, 2018 in Princeton, NJ.

"This is a unique opportunity for the CPG Industry and its supply chain partners."

The Foundation for Strategic Resourcing (F4SS) has announced the speaker lineup for this year’s CI Connect. The event will be held October 1 to 3, 2018 in Princeton, NJ. This year’s theme is “Winning in an E-Commerce, Digital and Omni-Channel World.”

The “CI” stands for “continuous improvement,” and the presentations and networking opportunities filling the schedule at this year’s event will help keep you and your company on the path to continuous improvement.

Over the course of two and a half days, attendees will have the opportunity to network with peers, tour local e-commerce fulfillment and packaging locations, participate in breakout sessions and hear presentations and panel discussions by industry thought-leaders on omni-channel packaging requirements, labor shortage solutions, increased micro standards, data protection and more.

“The Princeton region and its thriving business and community scene are a perfect place for our CPG customers, third party manufacturers, packagers and assemblers to benchmark, network and share best practices that will enhance our industry and improve our capabilities,” says F4SS chair, Steve Weinstein. “This is a unique event where attendees can meet, engage and learn from peers, competitors, and alternative industries in a hands-on forum of leading companies such as Procter & Gamble, Johnson & Johnson, Kellogg’s, General Mills, GOJO, Unilever, and more.”

For more information or to register, visit the F4SS website. (http://www.f4ss.org)

Founded in 2007, F4SS is the association that provides networking, research and educational opportunities for secondary packaging/contract manufacturing professionals. The sharing of best-practices for continuous improvement helps participants to improve culture and efficiency, reduce costs and increase profits at their organizations.

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