Annual supply chain improvement event set for Feb 11-12

By: Graham Gardiner


Don’t be a victim of the future! Hear from a well known futurist, a software designer, your peers on the

Don’t be a victim of the future! Hear from a well known futurist, a software designer, your peers on the critical components of supply chain management and the strategic challenges that face the supply chain over the next five years or more.

Benchmarking Success (BMS) has been a provider of supply chain development and benchmarking activities since 1993, and a part of Logistics Bureau since 2004. BMS provides fact-based information about comparative supply chain performance. BMS also offers several industry and supply chain based peer groups or business improvement groups (‘BIGs’). Each year representatives from all these groups come together with others from the wider supply chain community to discuss supply chain performance and development, hence the term ALLBIG.

The theme for this year’s conference – to be held on February 11 and 12 at Geelong’s Mercure Hotel – is ‘creating the future together’. This event will offer the chance to discuss and articulate the challenges that are likely to face our supply chains in the next five years and beyond.

The chance to interact with like-minded professionals including directors and managers of supply chain, COOs, CFOs, CIOs and senior managers of logistics, manufacturing and purchasing will be invaluable.

This year’s event will leverage the following topics and will be supported by Benchmarking Success’s fact-based benchmarking database of over 800 company supply chains to identify strategies for the future that can be shared and discussed back in your own organisation. Hear from one another about:
  • Future developments – the environment
  • Challenges for supply chain development and sustainability
  • Current and future strategic plans and the challenges to be faced in delivering them
  • Software and enabling systems. Start a dialogue with the software industry
  • Develop a shared view of what the future will look like
  • What should I be discussing with my organisation about the future of my supply chain?


The cost for the two-day conference including all meals is $1,500 (plus GST) per head.

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