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200 Senior-Execs Confirmed to Attend "Consumer Goods Supply Chain Officer Summit 2013"-- The World's Largest Forward-looking Conference for the Industry

GlobalSCM today announced that with over 1 month still remaining until the date of Consumer Goods Supply Chain Officer Summit 2013 (20-21 November, Shanghai, China), 200 CEOs, senior vice presidents and directors from leading CPG companies such as: Nestle, Cargill, Unilever, Starbucks, Kimberly-Clark, Abbott Nutrition, Avery Dennison, Nokia and DIAGEO have signed-up to attend, more than anywhere else.

The summit comprises six key sessions:

Session A
[Accept It- Times Have Changed] 
Game Changing Trends in Consumer Goods Supply Chain

Session B
[Buy Anywhere. Fulfill Anywhere. Return Anywhere] 
Optimize the Entire Supply Chain Visibility & End-to-end Inventory Management

Session C
[A Boost to the Bottom Line] 
Balance between Managing Cost and Reducing Risk

Session D
[Align to Win] 
Collaboration between Suppliers and Stakeholders in the Extended Supply Chain

Session E
[Go Faster] 
Managing Supply Chain for New Product Launch/Emerging Markets

Session F
[Fresh thinking on the rise of digital technologies] 
Building a Customer-centric Supply Chain from the Outside-in

"Businesses thrive in stable conditions. But if we've learned anything in the last few years, it's that the new normal means volatility." CGSCO's speaker- Thomas W. Derry, CEO of ISM, said in an interview regarding supply chain trend in the coming year. "More stability and predictability in the supply chain translates into better product margins, better and more predictable earnings for companies, and thus higher confidence in the capital markets and better long-term returns for investors."

Besides Thomas, Bill He from Kimberly-Clark, Tobie Gordon from Starbucks and Fanny Chen from Abbott Nutrition will also join the discussion of key issues in "Next-generation Supply Chains in the New Normal". Through 20+ hours of quality presentations and networking, speakers will show delegates a clear roadmap to efficient and sustainable supply chain, and tell how to face the uncertain economy and volatile customer behavior.

Founded in 2005, GlobalSCM has made efforts to provide top strategic conferences for 1,000+ global senior supply chain officers every year, from multiple sectors, categories, and regions. Focusing on ever-changing market trend, strategic decision making, real-life case sharing, and top leaders' networking, Consumer Goods Supply Chain Officer Summit this year explores  challenges and pressures and how supply chain leaders can address them.

For the complete Consumer Goods Supply Chain Officer Summit 2013 conference programme and speaker line-up, access the e-brochure, check here.


GlobalSCM today announced that with over 1 month still remaining until the date of Consumer Goods Supply Chain Officer Summit 2013 (20-21 November, Shanghai, China), 200 CEOs, senior vice presidents and directors from leading CPG companies such as: Nestle, Cargill, Unilever, Starbucks, Kimberly-Clark, Abbott Nutrition, Avery Dennison, Nokia and DIAGEO have signed-up to attend, more than anywhere else.

The summit comprises six key sessions:

Session A
[Accept It- Times Have Changed] 
Game Changing Trends in Consumer Goods Supply Chain

Session B
[Buy Anywhere. Fulfill Anywhere. Return Anywhere] 
Optimize the Entire Supply Chain Visibility & End-to-end Inventory Management

Session C
[A Boost to the Bottom Line] 
Balance between Managing Cost and Reducing Risk

Session D
[Align to Win] 
Collaboration between Suppliers and Stakeholders in the Extended Supply Chain

Session E
[Go Faster] 
Managing Supply Chain for New Product Launch/Emerging Markets

Session F
[Fresh thinking on the rise of digital technologies] 
Building a Customer-centric Supply Chain from the Outside-in

"Businesses thrive in stable conditions. But if we've learned anything in the last few years, it's that the new normal means volatility." CGSCO's speaker- Thomas W. Derry, CEO of ISM, said in an interview regarding supply chain trend in the coming year. "More stability and predictability in the supply chain translates into better product margins, better and more predictable earnings for companies, and thus higher confidence in the capital markets and better long-term returns for investors."

Besides Thomas, Bill He from Kimberly-Clark, Tobie Gordon from Starbucks and Fanny Chen from Abbott Nutrition will also join the discussion of key issues in "Next-generation Supply Chains in the New Normal". Through 20+ hours of quality presentations and networking, speakers will show delegates a clear roadmap to efficient and sustainable supply chain, and tell how to face the uncertain economy and volatile customer behavior.

Founded in 2005, GlobalSCM has made efforts to provide top strategic conferences for 1,000+ global senior supply chain officers every year, from multiple sectors, categories, and regions. Focusing on ever-changing market trend, strategic decision making, real-life case sharing, and top leaders' networking, Consumer Goods Supply Chain Officer Summit this year explores  challenges and pressures and how supply chain leaders can address them.

For the complete Consumer Goods Supply Chain Officer Summit 2013 conference programme and speaker line-up, access the e-brochure, check here.