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HIGH PROFILE SPEAKERS SET FOR QLD SUPPLY CHAIN CONFERENCE

25-06-2015
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This year’s QLD Supply Chain & Logistics Conference will feature presentations from a wide range of high profile speakers from a broad range of industries.
Expert speakers include:
    •    James Fazzino, CEO, Incitec Pivot
    •    Air Commodore Hayden Marshall, Chief of Staff, Air Force Headquarters
    •    Steve Simpson, international speaker, author and consultant
    •    Gary Carroll, General Manager – Group Supply Chain, Super Retail Group Limited
    •    Mark Schenk, Anecdote
More than 5000 delegates from across Australasia have attended the QLD Supply Chain & Logistics Conference since its inception 16 years ago.
It is a recognised national event designed for supply chain, logistics, transport and procurement professionals and practitioners.
This year the event will be held at the Sofitel Hotel, Brisbane, on August 20-21.
It aims for professional and personal development in a unique and relaxed networking-based environment.  
To access the program and register to attend simply visit: www.qldscc.com or email info@qldscc.com
The organisers also encourage you to join the QSCLC Linked in Group so that you can receive regular updates on the event.
https://www.linkedin.com/groups?home=&gid=6582304&trk=anet_ug_hm

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