2016-10-09 - 2016-10-11
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Show Director
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Event contact telephone number
(310) 870-1308 ext 100
There are hundreds of new solutions out there that can increase the efficiency, accuracy and speed by which goods are moved through your supply chain, drive down costs and streamline your logistics operations. However, identifying which solutions are most relevant for your organization's unique needs can be extremely time consuming, challenging and frustrating.SCOPE presents a highly targeted, time efficient medium to connect with numerous relevant potential partners to research which are the best fit. With our sophisticated appointment system you will be connected with leading suppliers of software, equipment and services of solutions in which you are specifically interested. You?ll receive customized presentations from senior level executives from those suppliers as to how their latest technology and innovation can best work for your unique needs
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Typical Tiles include: C-Level, SVP, VP, Director & Manager of: Supply Chain, Logistics, Distribution, Operations, IT, Procurement, Transportation, Materials Handling.
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SCOPE is the supply chain industry?s fastest growing event, quickly establishing a reputation as the deal generating show. It is invitation only, catering to senior level executives from large to mid size organizations who have upcoming projects/initiatives and the need for new solutions.The business model combines the most effective elements of an appointment based executive event, a traditional conference and a traditional trade show, delivering a unique mix of pre-booked appointments, on spec sourcing and unprecedented networking opportunities.The format delivers the most targeted, time efficient and cost effective route to connect with multiple excellent quality new prospects and win new account

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