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NextGen Supply Chain Conference 2022 exceeds expectations

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On October 17-19th, the NextGen Supply Chain Conference, presented by Supply Chain Management Review, brought together an impressive lineup of more than 150 industry leaders for two days of high-level presentations and case studies that covered the emerging supply chain technologies that are powering tomorrow’s supply chains, and enabling the digital transformation of supply chain processes.

“Our first live event since COVID, NextGen 2022 exceeded our expectations,” said Bob Trebilcock, editorial director of Supply Chain Management Review and host of the NextGen event. “We showcased senior leaders at some of the country’s best-known brands. They covered the breadth of supply chain management, from talent development to logistics and transportation, and the impact of emerging technology as diverse as robotics, AI and the metaverse on their supply chains.”

Trebilcock added that one of the highlights for him was the high level of audience engagement and networking among presenters, attendees and exhibitors.

The Annual NextGen Supply Chain Awards were presented on the first day. Leading solution providers and end users utilizing nextgen technologies in Robotics, Analytics, AI and Digital Transformation received rewards. Additionally, Supply Chain Management Review presented the Annual Visionary Award to Ignacio Arranz, Senior Vice President, North America Product Supply Innovation and Global Physical Distribution, Procter & Gamble. And the Startup Award went to Ally Lynch, CMO of Covariant.

For more information on the NextGen Supply Chain Conference and the complete list of NextGen Award winners, please click here.

The NextGen Supply Chain Conference is the premier educational conference that answers the question: “What’s next in supply chain management” for senior-level SCM professionals. Only NGSC is exclusively dedicated to preparing executives for the coming technologies and processes that will have the most transformative effects on their supply chains. This year’s focus was on the technologies and processes that will have the most transformative effects on supply chains. Visit nextgensupplychainconference.com

About the Author

Bob Trebilcock

Bob Trebilcock, editorial director, has covered materials handling, technology, logistics and supply chain topics for nearly 30 years. In addition to Supply Chain Management Review, he is also Executive Editor of Modern Materials Handling. A graduate of Bowling Green State University, Trebilcock lives in Chicago. He can be reached at 603-852-8976.

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