Women in Supply Chain Forum: Early Bird Pricing Ends July 31

This premier networking event, which will take place Nov. 14-15 at the Hotel Colee in Atlanta, is tailored to men and women to expand their professional network and enhance discussion around DEI, networking, mentorship and more.

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Registration is officially open for Food Logistics and Supply & Demand Chain Executive's second annual Women in Supply Chain Forum, an in-person event designed to bring together CEOs, Presidents, Partners, VPs and Director-level decision makers at shippers, DCs, warehouses and 3PLs to learn, grow, network and more.

This premier networking event, which will take place Nov. 14-15, 2023 at the Hotel Colee in Atlanta, is tailored to men and women in executive-level positions to expand their professional network and enhance their businesses through thought-provoking discussion around diversity and inclusion, networking, mentorship and more.

The Women in Supply Chain Forum will kick off with an opening keynote presented by Katie Date, SVP, industry relations and strategic initiatives for Manifest.

Day 2 will consist of fireside chats, Breakfast of Champions, more panel discussions, an interview with both of our overall Women in Supply Chain award winners (one from Food Logistics, one from Supply & Demand Chain Executive) and a celebratory dinner.

“This year’s theme, Better Together: How Collaboration Promotes Women in Supply Chain, will bring together leading experts in the industry to discuss company culture, mentorship, women in STEM, DEI efforts and industry trends,” says Marina Mayer, Editor-in-Chief of Supply & Demand Chain Executive and Food Logistics. "Men are encouraged and welcome to attend; achieving diversity and inclusion initiatives involves everyone!"

2022 Women in Supply Chain winners as well as winners from this year's Women in Supply Chain award will receive a special code for registration to this year's Women in Supply Chain Forum.

Go to www.WomenInSupplyChainForum.com and register to attend and more.