The ‘Key to Supply Success’ will be discussed at the 15th annual Supply Chain & Logistics Conference, Brisbane, September 2014.
The dates have been set for the fifteenth annual Queensland Supply Chain and Logistics Conference for 2014.
To be held on the 4-5th of September 2014 at the Sofitel Hotel, Brisbane, the Queensland Supply Chain & Logistics Conference is the largest event of its kind in the state and is well-suited for supply chain, logistics, transport and procurement professionals and practitioners. Over 4,500 professionals and practitioners have attended the conference in its 15-year history.
A uniquely-styled educational event, the conference is designed for both professional and personal development in a most relaxed environment. With a theme of the ‘Key to Supply Chain Success’, the 2014 Queensland Supply Chain & Logistics Conference is an event not to be missed!
The 15th Annual Conference will include a program of presentations from highly distinguished Australian and overseas speakers, advanced workshops on day two, interactive sessions to gauge participants’ views and issues, the 2014 QLD Supply Chain and Logistics Awards, and the annual charity dinner on the Thursday evening.
Who will attend and benefit?
The Queensland Supply Chain & Logistics Conference will attract approximately 250 delegates from all over Australia through the newly extended program. A large proportion of the delegates will be key decision makers, capable of influencing debate and decision. Delegates will include chief executive officers, senior executives and management who are involved at all levels of procurement, manufacturing and materials management, and the people responsible for contracting, outsourcing, warehousing and logistics and other supply chain activities in the private enterprise, government (state, local) or public sector business enterprises.
The Queensland Supply Chain & Logistics Conference is organised by leading industry associations including the Supply Chain & Logistics Association of Australia (SCLAA), the Australian Institute of Packaging (AIP), QUT School of International Business, CIPS Australia, the Australasian Production and Inventory Control Society (APICS) and the South East Queensland Procurement Network group.