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Does your supply chain give you a competitive edge? Find out, with Oliver Wight.

Does your supply chain give you a competitive edge? Find out, with Oliver Wight.

06 December 2018

free webinar

Does your supply chain give you a competitive edge?

Compare, contrast and conquer

Date: 6thDecember 2018

Time: 13:00 GMT/14:00 CET

 

The industrial sector is on the cusp of a fourth revolution, and only the best in business will survive – let alone thrive. In an increasingly cut-throat, competitive and cost-driven environment, you need to know where you rank against your competitors, so you can drive improvement to win more business and satisfy customers in the most profitable way.

The best place to start is with your supply chain. Join Oliver Wight Associates, Kirsty Braines and Paul Archer in this FREE interactive webinar, where you can compare your current supply chain performance to that of your peers, identify gaps and formulate a plan for growth.

 

Key takeaways:

•  Understand the value of supply chain self-assessment 

•  Discover your organisation’s performance against your competitors 

•  Identify opportunities for improved margin and revenue growth 

 

Ignorance is not bliss. Secure your place on this webinar today.

To register please click here or for further information contact [email protected]


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