According to Supply Chain Canada, Canada moves over a trillion dollars worth of goods each year, with $66 Billion dollars towards the GDP, and employs nearly one million people. How will Canada continue to compete among other giants? What external networks and internal processes are to be applied to ensure Canada’s global stature? Find out from leaders in industry who will share their valuable insights in a variety of panel sessions, roundtables and more. Business leaders, managers and SCM thought leaders are invited to present and share their knowledge.
In 2020, Supply Change Expo will focus on the imminent challenges and latest technological advancements in the supply chain, including:
Emerging Technologies - Drones, AI and robotic automation is transforming warehousing and transportation. What's the next in the technology boom? These changes are creating networks that look and operate very differently from those of today.
Focus on Supply Chain Visibility - The IoT, Blockchain and data transparency improve organizations’ ability to gain
visibility on the real-time status of their supply chain network. Organizations can rapidly respond to problems, but more importantly, anticipate and prevent them more effectively.
Sharing Economy – On-demand warehousing and on-demand logistics is allowing organizations to be more flexible in how they operate their supply chain.
Evolving Customer Channels - The ongoing shift from traditional retail to direct-to-consumer shipping (DTC) continues to grow, with more than 40% of brands sell directly to the consumer.
Supply Chain Expo is working with a number of partners and industry experts to provide top-level content to be presented in a variety of formats including keynote presentations, roundtable discussions and panel discussions.
Who Should Participate?
Designed for organizations large and small, Supply Change Expo provides valuable insights and intelligence for all levels of your company.
As an Attendee, you will:
Supply Change Expo is for those involved in purchasing, selling or managing the flow of goods and materials, including: