NORWICH, England, March 24, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Procurement & Supply Chain LIVE, BizClik Media Group’s third live event of 2022, will kick off next month after months of anticipation.
The two-day hybrid event will begin on Wednesday April 27and conclude at the end of Thursday April 28. Hundreds of attendees are expected in person, with thousands more connecting online through the Brella digital event platform.
In light of the current global climate, this conference contains highly selected topics on Scope 3 management, supply chain sustainability, and mitigating the rapidly rising cost of natural resources.
There will be over 60 speakers spread across four stages – two in person and two digital. All attendees will be able to watch any of the four stages, whether they are in-person or virtual guests.
The list of speakers includes Alisa Bornstein of Visa, Nicholas Wright from bp, Brish Bhan Vaidya from Uber, sheri hinish from IBM, Mauricio Coindreau from Budweiser, and many more.
The program for each day will begin at 10am with an introductory talk, followed by speakers and panels on each stage throughout the day. Lunch is provided and while the lunch break offers plenty of socializing opportunities, networking breaks are also scheduled regularly during the event.
And of course, all of this will take place at the historic Tobacco Dock, located in the heart of east london. Built over 200 years ago as a hub for freight from around the world, the Grade 1 listed building has long hosted groundbreaking events, conferences and exhibitions. Soon it will also be filled with people ready and willing to discuss the procurement and supply chain sectors.
Kayleigh ShooterMarketing Manager for Supply Chain Digital Magazine, said, “I am thrilled to bring together so many supply chain and procurement leaders next month, to explore the future of both industries.
“Our event last year was such a success that we are returning to Tobacco Dock this year and couldn’t be happier to meet everyone.”
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SOURCE Media BizClik