The Supply Chain Council (SCC), facilitators of the Supply Chain Operations Model (SCOR) and M4SC frameworks, among others, will once again be conducting its annual Supply Chain World North America Conference on April 13-15, 2013. Supply Chain World, with specific variants across broad global SCC regions, is the conference focused on broader supply chain management strategies, challenges and insights.
This year’s North America conference will be held in Nashville Tennessee, which is situated within close proximity and drive to the nearby hubs of automotive, industrial and high tech manufacturing and supply chain activity located in the southeastern portion of the United States.
The theme for this year’s conference is: The Tuned Supply Chain- From Strategy to Resources. The conference planning team is current reviewing numerous speaker content submissions and will be publishing a more detailed agenda in the next few weeks. Previous editions of Supply Chain World North America have featured a diverse variety of knowledgeable speakers with numerous opportunities for networking with fellow supply chain leaders. This year’s conference facility is located within close proximity to the Grand Ole Opry, the shrine of country music and to, of course, Nashville the hub of the same. A very attractive negotiated hotel rate affords the opportunity to check-in on the country music scene, gain important insights and network with fellow cross-functional supply chain professionals.
It is our pleasure to announce that once again, Supply Chain Matters will be one of the media sponsors of this event. We know that there are many supply chain conference options for our readers to consider but trust that Supply Chain World North America is a venue that provides great timely content and multiple industry supply chain perspectives and networking opportunities.
Bob Ferrari, Founder and Executive Editor has once again been invited to chair, recruit and facilitate the Supply Chain Industry Analyst and Influencers panel discussion which is tentatively being slotted on the afternoon of Monday, April 14. Bob is in the process of recruiting an exciting and diverse panel with broad perspectives on the conference theme.
Please consider joining us for this year’s conference.
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