Strategic Futurists; Value Systems Specialists

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Marcus Barber to Open Supply Chain and Logistics Conference

Thursday 15 May 2008

With the theme 'Moving Forward, Supply Chains of the Future', Strategic Futurist Marcus Barber will open the Australian Supply Chain and Logistics Conference in Brisbane in July on behalf of the Supply Chain and Logistics Association of Australia. Details for the conference can be found below.

The focus on the future of supply chains will see Marcus Barber discuss a range of emerging issues and potential changes to the sector in coming years, including developments that may challenge the mindsets of many industry groups and businesses should these early indicators take hold.

A link to the details about the conference can be found at the Ferret site here and a the direct link to the conference site 'Queensland 2008 - Supply Chain and Logistics Conference' is here

 


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