This event is a must for all shippers and transportation providers seeking to understand the dynamic supply chain and learn about best practices.
Eric Scholar, Director, International Logistics, The Home Depot
Dave Schaffer, VP, Distribution and Fulfillment, Simon and Schuster
Learn from the Masters! Please join us as senior executives from two leading companies engage in an interactive discussion on how the supply chain has changed, critical supply chain issues, supply chain best practices and informed opinions on how supply chain practices are evolving.
Simon & Schuster is a major force in today's consumer publishing industry, dedicated to bringing an extensive cross section of first class information and entertainment, in all printed, digital, and audio formats, to a worldwide audience of readers. The company has taken an industry leadership position in bringing its titles to all available ebook retailers and devices, and has more than 11,000 titles available as eBooks. Learn about the challenges of a reading public increasingly using digital media and where printing is now done internationally.
The Home Depot is the world's largest home improvement specialty retailer with stores in all 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, U.S. Virgin Islands, 10 Canadian provinces, Mexico and China. The Home Depot is the fastest growing retailer in U.S. history.
Register on-line by January 18:
$55 for CSCMP Members and $65 for Non-Members
$65 Members/$75 Non-Members
Location: Newark Liberty International Airport Marriott
*Complimentary parking at the Marriott is included.
**Hotel Rooms are available for out-of-town participants at the Marriott at the very special rate of $129. To reserve a room, use this link:
5:15 - 6:00 Reception and Networking with Hors d'oeuvres and Cash Bar
6:00 - 6:45 Dinner
6:45 - 8:00 Program
Attention Students: Now accepting 2012 scholarship applications
For details and access to the application, CLICK HERE.
Applications are due by April 13th.
All questions and application should be submitted Education Chairperson, Don Klock.