Retail Week Supply Chain Summit

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22 - 23 May 2014

Hilton Tower Bridge, London

  • Packed and diverse programme

    Packed and diverse programme

    16 hours filled with unique content and no vendor only sessions. Retailers will explain the real results from the new technology and initiatives transforming our industry and you’ll hear exclusive insights into key topics including omnichannel, international delivery, big data, sourcing and collaborative working

  • Expert speakers

    Expert Speakers

    Compared to other supply chain events, Retail Week Supply Chain Summit brings you more director level retail professionals from across the industry to discuss the crucial issues that matter most to you

  • Endless networking opportunities

    Endless networking opportunities

    Meet like-minded peers from across the different sectors in retail to share best practice and benchmark your plans

  • Tailored to your needs

    Tailored to your needs

    Retail Week Supply Chain Summit allows you to tailor your day with the choice of case studies, panels, streams and even more interactive roundtables this year so you can get the most out of the two days.

  • Infographic

    High Value

    Unlike all the events out there just focusing on a specific area of the supply chain, Retail Week Supply Chain Summit focuses on every aspect

What to expect from Retail Week Supply Chain Summit 2014

Retail Week Supply Chain Summit 2014 is the only event focusing on all the hottest issues and best practice impacting the end to end supply chain just for the retail industry. The jam-packed programme is put together based on thorough research with over 40 senior industry insiders, reviewed by our advisory board made up of expert retail supply chain leaders and leverages the in-depth coverage found in our 25 year-old trade publication.

This year we will be focusing on cutting edge strategies and best practice to improve your profitability, reduce risks and costs in your end to end supply chain. With an expert panel of industry leaders from across retail, we provide you exclusive insights from effectively adapting your supply chain in an omnichannel era and the evolution of supply chain infrastructure to the impact of big data in forecasting and risk management and best in class examples of collaborative working. Everything you need to benchmark your supply chain strategy and achieve an agile, efficient and transparent end to end supply chain.

 

Watch key highlights from 2013

2013 brought together an expert panel of speakers to share their detailed insights on the changing consumer behaviours, managing risks in supply chain, improving forecasting accuracy and nurturing the next generation of supply chain leaders.

Industry Leading Speakers

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Tim Allinson

Tim Allinson

UK Logistics Director

Dixons Retail

Richard Horton

Richard Horton

Head of Transport Development

Travis Perkins PLC

Brian McCarthy

Brian McCarthy

Home Delivery Director

Home Retail Group

David Roberts

David Roberts

Distribution Director

Aurora Fashions Group & Karen Millen

Peter McAllister

Peter McAllister

Executive Director

Ethical Trading Initiative (ETI)

Jeanette Skjelmose

Jeanette Skjelmose

Sustainability Manager

Ikea

Paul Miller

Paul Miller

Director of In-bound Logistics

Shop Direct

Steve Agg

Steve Agg

Chief Executive

Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport

Vishal Bansal

Vishal Bansal

Supply Chain Blueprint Director

Tesco

Expert Reviews

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Great networking and relevant material

Neil Firth, Head of Logistics - GM Supply Chain, M&S

Informative and inspirational

Kristoffer Widen, Senior Supply Chain Manager, ICA Sweden

A varied and stimulating summit providing real insight

Andrew Rafferty, IT and Supply Director, Booths

Oracle Retail Week Awards

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Associate Sponsors

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Exhibitors

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Supporter

Association Partner

Association Partner

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