Register now – Smart Conference and Expo, Australia's leading supply chain event, is on again next month.
Smart Conference and Expo 2011 will be held on 25 and 26 May at the Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre at Darling Harbour. Register by 11 April and you will receive a special Early Bird discount.
Smart 2011 is proudly hosted by LAA and apics, together with supporting industry groups including CIPSA, CILTA and SCLAA.
Delegates working in supply chain and logistics report back that Smart is a must-attend event when it is held every two years. This year's Smart Conference will provide attendees with personal and professional tools that are vital in the current business climate, as it focuses on the theme The Road Ahead: Supply Chain Models for the Future.
LAA President Mike Owen says the reason Smart Conference and Expo is a leading supply chain event is because it contains everything in one spot.
"Not only do you get a chance to hear from industry-leading speakers, but delegates receive the latest industry-based research and information, can network with other practitioners, and can explore the vast array of the latest products and services at the Expo adjacent to the conference."
Book today – it's your last chance to receive the special Early Bird discount – only available until April 11. Register at www.smartconference.com.au
The speaker line-up for Smart Conference 2011 is impressive, with more than 80 presenters from around the world set to address delegates.
One of the plenary speakers is Chris Richardson, well-known economist and director of Deloitte Access Economics, a leading provider of economic advisory services.
Other plenary speakers include Terry Davis, group managing director, Coca-Cola Amatil; Simon Ratcliffe, executive director of operations, JUST Group; Peter Lambert, head HR and corporate services, Australian Government Defence Materiel Organisation; and Roddy Martin, senior vice president, Global Supply Chain, Competitive Capabilities International (CCI) USA.
The learning opportunities throughout Smart Conference also include diverse knowledge streams covering topics from procurement to human resourcing, warehousing, global supply chains and much more.
The organisers of Smart 2011 also welcome the latest Smart sponsors: Infosys as a Silver sponsor and Gartner as lunch sponsor on Wednesday, May 25.
Points on offer
The Transport and Logistics Certification Council (TLCC) has approved the awarding of Continuing Professional Development (CPD) points to Smart Conference delegates.
A CPL with full Conference attendance will receive 16 CPD points; and those attending the preceding SMART Research Forum will receive a separate 8 points, making a possible 24 CPD points in total available for CPD.
Early registration bonus
Another great reason for booking early for Smart 2011? Register now and you'll receive, absolutely FREE, a copy of Dr John Gattorna's book, “Dynamic Supply Chains – Delivering Value Through People” 2nd edition.
Register online at www.smartconference.com.au. Here you will find all the information you need about this important industry event, including the latest program updates.
Hurry! Don't forget Early Bird rates are only available until 11 April!