Trends in Supply Chain Management Conference is coming April 25!

Author: 8th and Walton

The scope of the retail supply chain is constantly evolving. From new customer demands to the technology to keep up with those demands, staying at the forefront of supply chain innovation has never been more crucial.

For insight on the current and future state of the industry, you are invited to attend the Trends in Supply Chain Management Conference Thursday, April 25. Supply chain management experts from across the region will share their insights into how digitization and other technology trends are shaping today’s supply chains.

Details on the Conference

The conference will be held starting at 8:30 a.m. at the Donald W. Reynolds Center for Enterprise Development on the University of Arkansas campus.

The conference is hosted by the Supply Chain Management Research Center and the Executive Education program at the Sam M. Walton College of Business. Executives from Walmart, Tyson Foods, J.B. Hunt Transport Services, Inc., project44, Kellogg’s, SupplyPike and more will share their perspectives on how digitization and technology trends are revolutionizing supply chains.

A Benefit for Suppliers and Industry Leaders

Don't miss the 2019 Trends in Supply Chain Management conference!You don’t have to be a supplier to attend! Brent Williams, associate dean for executive education and outreach for the Walton College, encourages attendance for many industry leaders. Professionals in logistics, manufacturing, retail and technology will find the content relevant and engaging.

“The Trends in Supply Chain Management conference is one of my favorite events of the year,” Williams says. “I value the opportunity to learn from our lineup of speakers and panelists and to network with logistics, manufacturing, retail and technology professionals from throughout the industry.”

For a conference agenda and to register, click here. We’ll see you April 25!

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