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Aug
30
Fri
SCLAA Women in Logistics Luncheon 2019: collaborating to encourage diversity
Aug 30 @ 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm
SCLAA Women in Logistics Luncheon 2019: collaborating to encourage diversity @ Leonda by the Yarra | Hawthorn | Victoria | Australia

The annual SCLAA Women in Logistics luncheon is an event that challenges thinking, inspires action, encourages diversity and motivates collaborative change.

Over the past three years, this thought-provoking event has hosted successful women from various reaches of the Australian logistics industry. They have told their stories about career trials, tribulations and triumphs.

Join the supply chain and logistics community to hear and share ideas that can be put into practice to encourage diversity in the workplace across the country and highlight the need for men and women to support each other through collaboration.

The SCLAA is delighted to announce that The Hon Melissa Horne MP, Victoria’s Minister for Public Transport, Minister for Ports and Freight, will open the 4th annual Women in Logistics Luncheon.

Ms Horne is the Minister for Public Transport, Minister for Ports and Freight and Member for Williamstown in the Andrews Labor Government of Victoria. Prior to being appointed as Minister in the Andrews Government immediately following the 2018 Victorian election, Ms Horne was a senior corporate and public affairs executive. She has worked in senior roles in both the government and corporate sector for more than 15 years and has significant experience in the transport portfolio, including as an executive director for the Level Crossing Removals Project.

Date: Friday, 30 August 2019

Time: 12 noon to 4.00 pm

Venue: Leonda by the Yarra

2 Wallen Road, Hawthorn, VIC

Tickets: $170 per person, $1,700 for table of 10

Complimentary parking on site.

 

Sep
17
Tue
ASCI2019 Conference and Exhibition
Sep 17 – Sep 19 all-day

The Australasian Supply Chain Institute has opened registrations for ASCI2019, to be held from 17-19 September at Pullman Melbourne on the Park.

This second annual Australasian peak gathering of supply chain managers will bring together over 300 attendees in a world-class 3-streamed conference, co-located exhibition and social program, centred around this year’s theme: “Technology enabling human excellence in supply chain management”.

Why attend:

  • Hear secrets from supply chain management leaders on how to improve efficiency, better understand and respond to customer demands, adapt and continue to thrive in a rapidly changing global market environment.
  • Learn how cutting edge technologies can be harnessed to improve your supply chain management, rather than becoming under-utilised, confusing and expensive clutter.
  • Try your hand at ASCI’s exciting Leadership Challenge, with lots of twists and surprises and the chance to win the esteemed Challenge Cup.
  • Network with a broad range of leading professional supply chain managers from Australia and abroad.
  • Keep up to speed with the latest developments from our partner, APICS, the global leader in supply chain certification programs.

The official ASCI2019 advisory board

ASCI has appointed an advisory board of local and international leaders in supply chain management to help to shape the event program. Members of this group include:

  • Philippe Lussert, Vice President Supply Chain, Danfoss, Germany.
  • Melinda Caygill, Head of Supply Chain Academy, Coles.
  • Eddie Xiao, Director Supply Chain Asia Pacific, WD-40 Company.
  • Ryan Jones, Lead Supply Planner, NBN Co.
  • Phillip Marr, National Logistics Manager, USG Boral.
  • Effie Gorringe, Director of Operations, L’Oreal.
  • Alexandra Avarnitis, Head of Supply Chain Transformation, Coca Cola Amatil.
  • Wendell Rumbel, Demand Planning Manager, Campbell Arnotts.
  • Damir Pletikosa, National Marketing Manager, Dexion.
  • Paula Powell, Sales and Operations Planning, Cement Australia.
  • Renu Agarwal, Associate Professor, Operations and Supply Chain Management, UTS.
  • George Mihailidis, Director of Operations, Saint-Gobain.
  • Hitesh Radadiya, Supply Chain Manager, Beak & Johnston Pty Ltd.
  • Sandra Indramohan, Supply Chain Director Oceania, Xylem.
  • Chris Purcell, Head of Supply Chain Development, Metcash.
  • Judy Quirk, Supply Chain Director, Danone Nutricia Early Life Nutrition.
  • Angus Borland, Supply Chain Planning Manager – ANZ, Nufarm.
  • Cornelia Schmidt, Demand Collaboration Manager, Blackmores.

ASCI  invites any other interested supply chain practitioners to contribute their ideas to the ASCI2019 event program. Contact Alicia Boyd at aliciab@akolade.co for more information on how to get involved.

 

 

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