An event’s organiser, Forum Events has announced the new date for its Total Supply Chain Summit. The two-day summit for supply chain, logistics and distribution professionals focusses on one-on-one networking with solution providers alongside a series of thought-provoking seminars, hosted by industry experts.
The event will take place on 11th and 12th May 2015 at the Heythrop Park Resort, Oxfordshire. The tried and tested format provides a powerful platform for peer to peer collaboration and networking for supply chain, logistics and distribution professionals. The event will connect individuals to facilitate problem solving for some of the sector’s toughest challenges.
With prearranged meetings organised ahead of time, suppliers spend time only with buyers who have a genuine mutual interest in their products and services.
In addition to the networking opportunities, delegates will have complimentary registration fee, overnight accommodation, buffet lunch and refreshments, a personalised schedule of matched meetings, evening black tie dinner and access to all presentation material.
Kirsty Groves, marketing manager at Forum Events, said: “We’re delighted to announce the date for the next event, it’s an excellent opportunity to meet new suppliers and spend valuable time discussing your future needs and new technology’.
“Our Total Supply Chain Summit differs from other industry events. Our tried and tested method is much more targeted than traditional trade shows and conferences. We arrange a series of one-to-one meetings between buyers and suppliers of supply chain, distribution and logistics products and services, meaning our attendees can make the most of their time at the summit.
“Over 1,000 well-known and high-profile brands have previously attended our Total Supply Chain Summit from Dixons Retail Group, Fortnum & Mason, L’Oreal, Mercedes-Benz, Xerox and many more.”
Oxfam, a delegate at the last event, commented: “The breadth of suppliers allowed me to save about four weeks of research and speculative meeting time if I had been operating independently’.