CONNECT 2020 | Supply Chain, Management, Technology

 

October 23, 2020 | 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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UW Bothell & Cascadia College | 18115 Campus Way NE
Bothell, WA 98011
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We are moving this event to a date in the fall due to COVID-19. The tentative date is October 23. Additional information and any changes to the items listed below will be added to this posting as it is available.

CONNECT 2020 is the premier supply chain, management, and technology conference, in the heart of the Northwest tech hub.

Your ticket includes free parking, light breakfast, catered lunch, essential networking, and new perspectives from industry thought leaders.

The 2019 event sold out and seats are limited. 

New Perspectives

There are seismic shifts underway. Trade wars, virus epidemics, digital disruptions. Can we leverage technology to automate risk management? Can we stop counterfeiting? What's next in tariffs?

Digitization, eCommerce, final mile...the one thing certain in logistics is change. Learn about innovative, transformative, and disruptive ideas in rapid-fire, 7-minute talks as well as a deep discussion with a leader from an innovative startup headquartered here in the Pacific Northwest.

Many organizations are devoting considerable resources to building and managing supply chains more sustainably. Is it working? What do we need to do better? In this track, we will learn from leaders at the forefront of sustainability and supply chain.

Building bridges across boundaries in business and career development, this track will bring new perspectives on digital innovation and leadership in the supply chain.



In this track, we will dive deep into the current state and future of supply chain and technology systems including scaling agile programs and the demand-driven enterprise.

Digitization, robotics, artificial intelligence, and other technologies offer tremendous potential for more efficient, prosperous supply chains. These technologies also may radically reshape how we work, where we work, and the skills we need to work. In this track, we will explore the human side of work and the future of work.

 

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More information at SupplyChainConnect.org