Gain the advantage at Demand Driven Supply Chain

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An outstanding array of Europe’s leading supply chain and logistics thinkers will be speaking at Demand Driven Supply Chain 2009 – the conference for delivering operational and strategic competitive advantage.

The conference, which takes place in London from 13th – 14th October, will be chaired by Roddy Martin, senior vice president research and research fellow at AMR Research. He said: “The theme could not be more relevant as we see early signs of emerging from the economic situation we were in.”

The conference will look at:

* Best practice forecasting tools and techniques for a changing economy: achieving real-time visibility of your end consumers’ requirements

* Overcoming the challenges of supply chain operations working in partnership with sales and marketing to deliver more profitable business

* Improving communication with external partners and developing solutions that share the risk and reward related to variations in demand

* Building flexibility and adaptability into your supply chain operations to meet constantly changing demands

Confirmed speakers include:

Thomas Luther, head of logistics, UK & IE, Nokia

Duncan Lowe, supply chain director, Pepsico International

Padraig Healy, director global supply chain and fulfilment, Dell

Huw Waters, customer logistics director, Procter & Gamble

Fergus Rigley, senior director, logistics & distribution, Microsoft

Frédéric Noël, vice president sales operations & supply chain, Europe, Medtronic International

Matthew White, demand forecasting analyst, Argos

Iain Abel, head of store replenishment, Somerfield

Jan Steuber, supply chain change manager – demand planning, Mars

Nathan Ross, EMEA demand planning manager, Belkin

The conference takes place from 13th – 14th October at the Hilton Metropole Hotel, 225 Edgware Road, London W2 1JU.

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