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SUPPLY CHAIN 2024: NEXT BIG IDEAS

Embark on a journey of discovery and transformation at Supply Chain 2024: Next Big Ideas. As supply chain leaders, we know that innovation is the driving force behind success. Join us on November 16, 2023, in HCMC, as we dive into the future of supply chains, where possibilities are limitless.

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Nov 16, 2023, 2:00 PM – 6:00 PM

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About The Event

Supply Chain 2024: Next Big Ideas is your platform to celebrate achievements, collaborate with industry visionaries, and ignite innovation for a sustainable future. Together, let's pioneer the next wave of transformative ideas that will reshape supply chains.

Secure your spot now and be part of the revolution that will redefine supply chain possibilities. Visit our event page for more information and get ready to explore the power of Next Big Ideas in Supply Chains 2024!

Join us on November 16, 2023, in HCMC, as we dive into the future of supply chains, where possibilities are limitless. Here are three mind-blowing facts that will reshape your perspective:

  • By 2024, Artificial Intelligence (AI) will revolutionize supply chains, improving forecasting accuracy by up to 50% and reducing logistics costs by 20%.
  • Augmented Reality (AR) and Virtual Reality (VR) technologies are projected to generate $30 billion in annual revenue for the logistics and supply chain industry by 2024, transforming warehouse operations and enhancing training procedures.
  • By 2024, AI-powered robotic process automation will streamline supply chain workflows, resulting in a 30% increase in productivity and cost savings of up to 25%.

DID YOU KNOW THESE POTENTALLY NEXT BIG IDEAS? 

  • Amazon's Drone Delivery Network: Imagine receiving your package within hours of ordering it, thanks to Amazon's drone delivery network. By 2024, Amazon aims to revolutionize last-mile logistics by deploying autonomous drones for faster and more efficient deliveries, transforming the way we receive our online purchases.
  • Tesla's Renewable Energy Microgrids: Tesla is paving the way for sustainable supply chains with its renewable energy microgrids. By 2024, Tesla aims to integrate solar panels, energy storage systems, and electric vehicle charging infrastructure, enabling companies to power their operations with clean energy while reducing reliance on traditional grids.
  • Coca-Cola's Smart Vending Machines: Coca-Cola is embracing IoT and data analytics to transform its supply chain. By 2024, smart vending machines will collect real-time data on inventory levels, customer preferences, and machine performance. This data-driven approach will optimize replenishment, improve customer experiences, and minimize product waste.
  • Nestlé's Digital Supplier Network: Nestlé is building a digital supplier network to streamline collaboration and enhance efficiency. By 2024, Nestlé aims to connect suppliers through a centralized platform, enabling real-time communication, automated order processing, and better inventory management, ultimately ensuring timely and high-quality product delivery.
  • Procter & Gamble's Predictive Analytics for Demand Planning: Procter & Gamble is leveraging predictive analytics to optimize demand planning and forecasting. By 2024, advanced data models will analyze historical data, market trends, and consumer behavior, enabling accurate predictions of future demand. This proactive approach will minimize stockouts, reduce excess inventory, and enhance overall supply chain efficiency.
  • Nike's Sustainable Materials Initiative: In an effort to drive sustainability in the fashion industry, Nike is spearheading a Sustainable Materials Initiative. By 2024, Nike aims to replace traditional materials with innovative, eco-friendly alternatives, such as recycled polyester and plant-based fibers, reducing the environmental impact of their supply chain while maintaining product quality and performance.
  • Toyota's Smart Manufacturing: Toyota is embracing Industry 4.0 principles to create smart factories and optimize their manufacturing processes. By 2024, Toyota aims to implement advanced technologies like robotics, artificial intelligence, and IoT to enhance automation, improve production efficiency, and enable real-time monitoring of equipment performance, leading to reduced costs, enhanced quality, and faster time-to-market for their vehicles.

WHO SHOULD JOIN?

CEOs, General Directors, Managing Directors , CSCO (Chief Supply Chain Officer), VP Supply Chain, Supply Chain Directors, Supply Chain Managers, Planning Directors and Managers, Digital Transformation VP/Directors/Managers, CIO (Chief Information Officer), Manufacturing Directors, Factory Managers, Logistics Directors and Managers, Operations Directors and Managers, Procurement Directors and Managers, Warehouse Directors and Managers, IT Directors and Managers. Supply Chain Analysts. Industry Experts and Thought Leaders

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This event is exclusive and open free to only supply chain - logistics - procurement - planning  - IT professionals and business leaders that have registered in advance. No walk-ins without registration allowed. Only qualified registrants will receive a confirmation email from the organiser after completing the online registration. 

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PROUDLY SUPPORTED BY

Strategic Partners: Vietnam Supply Chain, La French Tech Vietnam, Supply Chain Asia, Supply Chain & Logistics Group, CIO Vietnam 

Gold Sponsors: SimCEL, The Sentry 

Supporters: TheLoop, Laiday Refill, HaiNguyen Communications 

For any inquiries about this event or collaboration, please email us at media@cel-consulting.com

CEL

Demand Supply Alignment

www.cel-consulting.com

ANTITRUST STATEMENT

We aim at promoting Supply Chain practices and innovation in Vietnam. We are not intended to, and may not, play any role in the competitive decisions of its followers, members, or in any way restrict competition in any aspect of the supply chain industry. Vietnam Supply Chain Community or CEL, through this statement of policy, makes clear its unequivocal support for the policy of competition served by the antitrust laws and its uncompromising intent to comply strictly in all respects with those laws. It is the individual responsibility of every member, followers, advisors and supporters to be guided by the antitrust laws. It is nor our role to act as an arbiter or judge of competitive conduct of industry members. As such, this statement of antitrust policy is not a mechanism through which members should charge another member with alleged illegal action.

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