24th & 25th March, Sofitel Heathrow, London www.esc2009.com
The Awareness Group, organisers of the Extended Supply Chain events, would like to congratulate Nokia Siemens Networks who have won the Telecoms, Hi-Tech & Electronics category at the 2008 Supply Chain Excellence Awards.
We would also like to announce Nokia Siemens Networks' Head of Supply Chain, Chris Dyson, will be presenting at the 2009 Extended Supply Chain conference. Plus we are delighted with the addition of Prof Alan Waller OBE of the SCC Leadership Team, Supply Chain Council, as chair of the second day.
Extended Supply Chain 2009 continues this event's unique format, with the opportunity to hear leading experts on the first day, and build a personalised itinerary of workshop sessions on the second, based on your specific areas of interest.
Day One – Keynote presentation from Jose Luis Nueno – having worked closely with the board of Inditex, will present a case study on Zara's supply chain model behind perhaps the world's most efficient fashion retailer, with reference to the company's collaboration with local partners and contractors.
Also on day one hear:
Kevin O'Marah, Chief Strategy Officer, AMR Research address the new metrics for operational and innovation excellence and how these drive financial value Patrik Jansson, VP – Head of Supply, Chain Sony Ericsson discuss supply chain evolution and how to efficiently support today's customers Robert Blackburn, SVP & Head of Global Supply Chain Operations, BASF on sourcing – from global to local
Day Two – Features a wide range of interactive workshops allowing for complete flexibility and the opportunity to build your own itinerary around those topics of most relevance to your day-to-day role.
For more information on this year's event, speakers and presentations, visit the website to download the most recent brochure – www.esc2009.com
If you are interested in attending this year's event I would advise you to reserve your place soon – the Early Bird rate is now ending on the 14th November. To book your place please call +44 (0) 20 7970 4770 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.