|Why should you request an invitation to NLDC 2013?
NLDC 2012 Executive Attendees answer that question best…
“A strength of NLDC is the open communications among leaders about real issues. Highly productive, one of the highest value-per-hour-invested conferences out there.”
“NLDC 2012 was an outstanding opportunity to learn about the challenges and solutions other business leaders in the supply chain industry are facing, in an open and fast paced format…each presentation and lecturer had key take-aways that were relevant to our business model.”
“The NLDC provides a perfect environment for peer to peer learning and networking. The meeting is centered on my needs as a supply chain executive, evident by the absence of sales pitches from any sponsor. The diversity of attendees and perspectives made this conference well worth my time. I’ll be back.”
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Who should consider an invitation to attend NLDC 2013?
The 2013 National Logistics & Distribution Conference will continue a nine-year tradition of providing an exclusive educational forum where senior Supply Chain executives can network and openly share knowledge and experiences. Attendees invited to NLDC 2013 are limited to professionals that fit these general title profiles:
VP Supply Chain
What knowledge will be shared at NLDC 2013?
NLDC is all about executives teaching executives best practices. The agenda will consist of session presentations based on real-world case histories and panel discussions from noted industry and business thought leaders.
Call for Speakers:
NLDC’s Executive Staff and Board of Advisors are looking for industry and business leaders with relevant, educational and motivational experiences to share. If you believe that you or another individual would be an appropriate Speaker at NLDC, please complete our Speaker Referral Form.
NLDC Board of Advisors:
NLDC 2013 is being developed in cooperation with NLDC’s distinguished Board of Advisors. We wish to acknowledge and thank them for their contributions:
Senior Vice President Supply Chain, Office Depot
Rick D. Blasgen
President and CEO, Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals
John J. Coyle, Ph.D.
Director of Corporate Relations for the Center for Supply Chain Research and Professor Emeritus of Logistics and Supply Chain Management, Penn State
Vice-President, Supply Chain, Chick-fil-A
Senior Vice President, Logistics / Distribution, Stage Stores
NLDC Board of Advisors Member Emeritus:
C. John Langley, Ph.D.
Clinical Professor of Supply Chain Management, Penn State