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This conference programme aims to give senior industry professionals access to new ideas, solutions and innovations to help take their departments and companies forward. The agenda is pitched at a high level and we endeavour to present new case studies and new thinkers on the programme each year.

Keynote and seminar sessions give a high-level view of the  industry, offering predictions and insights to help delegates form their future strategies. The interactive workshops and discussion groups complement the larger sessions by drilling down into specific issues, allowing delegates to share their collective experiences and to learn how their peers are dealing with similar situations.



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For further information on CPD accreditation please visit : http://www.cpduk.co.uk

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If you would like to participate in the programme or recommend any speakers or topics please get in touch.
2017 Keynotes
2017 Keynotes
  • Opening address: 2017 – The Year of the Red Rooster

    Justin Urquhart Stewart, Co-Founder, Seven Investment Management

    Can the World have a wake up call of the Chinese Red Rooster?

    Politically with a new US President, and a growing Chinese economy, political egos are going to be to the fore.
    Economically can the Fed, the ECB and the Chinese authorities sustain global growth, or will we see a lower slower world?

    Will the UK reassert its growth of previous years or after the EU vote will we have lost our momentum?

    It is going to be a face off for the Global Cockerels, but can we make sure our global trade increases?

    Justin Urquhart Stewart having trained as a barrister, Justin helped found Broker Services in 1986 which went on to become Barclays Stockbrokers, where Justin was Corporate Development Director. In early 2001, he co-founded Seven Investment Management, an investment management business. Seven Investment Management now manages and administers around £11 billion on behalf of professional financial wealth managers and intermediaries.
     
    Justin writes regularly for national magazines and newspapers, and is a frequent commentator on television and radio, both in the UK and abroad.

     

     

  • After Dinner Guest: An Audience with Geoff Miller, OBE

    Geoff Miller, OBE
    Geoff Miller spent 20 years on the professional cricket circuit representing Derbyshire, Essex, Natal and England. He travelled to all the major Test-playing countries and played with or against some of the greatest players in the game.

     He played in 34 Test Matches; 25 One Da...
     

2017 Industry Sessions
2017 Industry Sessions
  • The Repositioning post Referendum of the UK

    Justin Urquhart Stewart, Co-Founder, Seven Investment Management

    The Repositioning post Referendum of the UK. 

    Will the UK be seen to be credible outside the EU and will the transition be painful? With new leaders and the new agreements that need to be reached after the Referendum, how do...

     

    From Rooster to Reality

    Justin Urquhart Stewart, Co-Founder, Seven Investment Management

    Roosters don't lay golden eggs! Where are the opportunities and threats in 2017/18 for the UK industry?

    What are the actions that we all need to consider next in business planning?
     

     

  • New Networks and New Control Structures: Transforming the physical networks

    Mick Jones, Group Head of Logistics, DS Smith

    The next 10 years in supply chain will change our world as much as it has in the last 50 have. We are experiencing a Tsunami of change in supply chain driven by social, cultural, digital and financial disruptions that are driving major transformation across the supply chain.

    Di...

     

  • Building Blocks for the future – Bringing best practice into the construction sector

    Mark Catley, Business Development Director UK & Ireland, XPO Logistics

    In this session delegates will get the chance to discuss and debate this sector of the market and assess which developments could lead to efficiency improvements, customer service benefits and bottom line impacts.

    Key Session Messages:
    • Building industry supply...

     

  • Enterprise Integrated Business Planning: Bringing the Future into Today

    Stewart Kelly, Managing Partner, Oliver Wight EAME LLP

    Business management is undergoing a silent transformation as process, technology and people come to grips with a world where big data, analytics, modelling and artificial intelligence combine to play an increasing role.  Join this workshop to explore how to:

    Key Session Mes...

     

  • Organised for failure? The role of silos in preserving supply chain inefficiency.

    Kevin Appleton, MD, Yusen Logistics (UK) Ltd
    Attempts to deliver value improvement in logistics and overall supply chain performance are frequently hampered by the absence of a holistic view of all the areas which either deliver value or drive wasted cost for the business.

    In this session we will explore:

    &bull...
     

2017 Personal Development
2017 Personal Development
  • Don’t just present - persuade with power and Impact

    Dexter Moscow, Corporate coach and QVC presenter enabling individuals to achieve communication excellence.

    In this interactive workshop session, Dexter will enable you to:

    • Learn the M.O.S.C.O.W. method – A dynamic process to reduce speaker anxiety and effectively prepare your presentation

    • Gain insight into the psychology of ‘selling’ to crea...

     

  • Using the Butterfly Effect to find your Blue Ocean – A Mexican Case Study

    Shaun Ryles MBE, Director, Initio Solutions UK Ltd

    A short expose on the use of the ‘butterfly effect’ from chaos theory, to analyse and understand how apparently inconsequential decisions made by external actors, can create unintended consequences on your operating environment. Using the framework of the fight against the drug car...

     

  • Dodging Bombs in Baghdad; Leadership Lessons for the Front Line of Business

    Mark Munnich, Director, MJM Coaching and Consulting
    Mark will draw from his own unique experiences working in Baghdad to highlight some key lessons, applicable to all walks of life, which will significantly and positively impact the performance of your staff and reputation of your organisation. This stems from loyalty and excellence in staff, whic...
     

  • High Performing Teams

    Jeremy Snape, Founder, Sporting Edge

    With the diverse challenges of the modern workplace, our ability to work effectively in teams is critical. With exclusive insights from one of  the world's top coaches we’ll provide a practical toolkit to support your team through the natural dysfunctions which all teams face when p...

     

2017 Workshops
2017 Workshops
  • The Apprenticeship Levy - how do we get our money back to train our apprentices and existing staff?

    Sally Gilson, Head of Skills Campaigning, Freight Transport Association
    From April companies employing more than about 100 people will be paying the new Apprenticeship Levy to the taxman.

    The 'deal' is you can get your money back by training your people on the right subjects through the right courses

    What's out there for supply chain an...
     

  • EU legislation - should we 'Scrap, Change or Keep' it when we leave the EU?

    James Hookham, Deputy Chief Executive, Freight Transport Association

    The Great Reform Bill will 'cut and paste' all EU directives into UK law - sovereignty restored, some will say?!

    But do we have any choice in what rules and red tape we inherit from 40 years of EU membership?

    If you were an MP what Euro rules affecting supply chai...

     

2017 One-to-One Leadership Coaching
2017 One-to-One Leadership Coaching
  • One-to-One Executive Leadership Coaching

    AIM Higher Leadership Stuart Pickles, Leadership Coach, Mentor, Founder & Director, AIM Higher Leadership Peter Lachecki, Consultant Partner Tim Moody, Consultant Partner

    Having a dedicated coach is an invaluable pillar of support for any business leader. An executive coach helps individuals identify paths of professional and personal progress and act on the desire to learn and grow.

    Whilst the coach can only offer you a short one-on-one session, it is ...

     

2017 Activitity
2017 Activitity
  • "Off The Beaten Track”

    Steve Parker, Founder Hampton Cheese & Wine Company

    Everyone has their favourite cheeses and wines, but this Tutored Tasting will give you the opportunity to try some cheeses and wines that are far from the usual cheeseboard regulars.
    Steve Parker will be presenting 5 delicious but uncommon cheeses each paired and served with a wine tha...

     


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