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Next Meeting: SUPERCHARGED SUPPLY CHAIN

11th September, 2024 London (in-person)


Registrations are already being taken for the next meeting, so get in touch if you'd like to be involved. The themes are being firmed up right now, but we'll certainly be addressing


  1. Using AI in supply chain: how to take advantage of next gen tech

  2. Efficient planning strategies

  3. Scope 3 measurement and decarbonising your SC

  4. Reducing waste through better planning

  5. Network design and cost to serve

  6. End to end supply chain: approaches, tools and strategy


In line with the popular structure of Intent meetings, you'll choose the three discussions you want to join. We'll sort out individual meet-ups for you so networking is a doddle. And there are two fascinating guest speakers.


Our first speaker is a neuroscientist (and author and broadcaster). An enthralling exploration of how we think, why we think what we do, and an exploration of how we can align our brains to think more cohesively with others. Including a brain EEG demonstration!


Our second special guest is completely different, he will share his extraordinary story of being trapped underwater without oxygen for 35 minutes, how he survived, and how this has changed his perspective on life. This speaker comes recommended to us, and will be utterly compelling. His story is being made into a film right now, but why not hear it in person?!


Taking time out to join an Intent meeting is a proven way to keep on top of industry developments, to pick up usable ideas from other companies and sectors, and to informally benchmark your own performance. We've a total of just 50 places available Get in touch if you'd like to join us, all senior practitioners are welcome.


What attendees said about our March 2024 meeting:

"Excellent event to network and share ideas and opportunities with other supply chain leaders"


"A thoughtfully constructed, interactive and enjoyable day with like minded professionals."


"Highly engaging and thought-provoking key note speakers and mixed with informative and well-led round table discussions with peers"


"Always great to get different perspectives from Supply Chain peers in other industries and businesses!"


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