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Hi-Tech & Electronics Supply Chain Summit – Europe

Wednesday | 9 May 2012 - Thursday | 10 May 2012

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old-event1Hi-Tech & Electronics Supply Chain Summit – Europe
Date: 9 – 10 May, 2012
Location: Novotel Hotel Amsterdam
Organisation’: Eyefortransport


Learn Key Insight From Executives On Achieving An Agile High-Tech Supply Chain To Prepare Your Team For The Future. Join the Hi-Tech and Electronics Industry’s Leading Supply Chain Summit To Hear Directly From Industry Leaders And Learn How To Transform Your Supply Chain For the Coming Decade.

The Hi-Tech and Electronics Supply Chain Summit is the Top Meeting Place for Senior Hi-Tech Supply Chain Executives to Discuss Game Changers, Trends and The Latest Issues Affecting the Industry.

Looking Forward Through the Supply Chain to Help You Tackle Industry Adversity:

From Lean to Agile – learn how to transform your supply chain so that it is both profitable and strengthened against adversity.
Collaboration – Gain critical insight on how working with the industry can increase your bottom line while maintaining your competitive edge.
Reverse Logistics and Aftermarket Services –  Leverage your additional services to satisfy your customers, increase your bottom line and set your company apart from the competition.
From Physical to Digital Supply Chain – Discover future directions in the hi-tech supply chain and learn how they can benefit your company

What’s New for This Year?

Increased Interactivity – a renewed focus on discussion, providing delegates with more opportunities to engage in the topics.
We’ve Asked The Industry – from executive interviews to pre-event industry roundtables, we have taken the time to hear the issues affecting hi-tech supply chain executives today.
More Choice – A choice of high-level workshops and interactive sessions to chose from.
Clear Aims – providing objectives for workshops and panel sessions to ensure focused discussion.
Valuable Takeaways – we will be providing attendees with post-event executive summaries of the discussion sessions.

The Industry Leaders Helping You Shape Your Supply Chain

Here are a selection of our elite-level speakers sharing their industry insight with you this year

Cisco Systems – Johan Jemdahl – VP Value Chain Operations
Nikon – Stef van Haaren – SC Logistics Manager
Lexmark – Michel Berdou – VP EMEA Structure and Organization
Epson – Danny Tucker – Head of Customer Operations
Huawei – Nikko Chan – Logistics Director
TE Connectivity – Marc Schaap – Director Global Transportation
HP – Jan Roodenberg – VP SC EMEA
Microsoft – Suzanne O’Toole – Group Manager EMEA
Telenet – Marc Slegers – VP Purchasing and Supply Chain

Why the Hi-Tech Summit is a Must-Attend Priority for senior supply chain executives:

The Hi-Tech Summit is deliberately designed with your networking priorities in mind.  Participants have ample time to meet the senior leaders of your industry and discuss your needs with solution providers.

10+ Hours of Dedicated Networking Time – Chat with everyone you want to meet at the event and never miss a conference session!
Exclusive Networking Dinner – Open only to conference attendees, the networking dinner is your chance to relax informally with your hi-tech supply chain peers
Personalized one2one meetings agenda –  When you register, we ask you who you want to meet. We then put together a personalized agenda just for you to maximize your event networking time. By telling us your needs, you’ll be matched with solution providers who fit the bill – no conversation is wasted!
Maximized Networking Time – With a strictly senior attendance, and your personalized schedule, no conversation is wasted at the Summit. Your learning and networking time will be optimized for maximum benefit to you!

The 2011 Summit SOLD OUT with over 250 attendees!

It’s not too early to save your pass!  Only 200 Complimentary VIP Passes are reserved for senior hi-tech supply chain executives.  Register today to save your spot!


Wednesday | 9 May 2012
Thursday | 10 May 2012