The Logistics & Supply Chain Forum 2022
Discover more about your industry through a blend of CPD accredited conference sessions and individual supplier meetings.
The Logistics & Supply Chain forum provides opportunities to connect and engage with your industry community and allows you to make new connections with people face to face, in person, real-time.
The conference programmes aim to give attendees the intellectual stimulus and opportunity to plan the next steps for their organisation, departments and careers.
The agendas are pitched at a high level and we endeavour to present new case studies and fresh thinking at each of our events. By using a variety of session formats, this forum allows attendees to address the critical issues they currently face and identify quick fixes to immediate problems and consider longer-term strategies.
Oliver Wight Partner, Lucy Jacob will also host a keynote presentation on "Integrated Business Planning in Action" with Chris Cox, Integrated Business Planning Leader at Cummins Inc. Meet us at the event to learn more about the implementation, challenges and benefits of integrated business planning, including how to overcome challenges and drive value from the process.
Each of the attendees has a bespoke itinerary of business meetings, mealtime meetings, conference sessions and free time. The unique appointment system allows participants to make the very best of their time by allowing delegates and suppliers to pre-select who they would like to meet.
A Richmond delegate is a senior decision-maker or influencer usually in charge of buying decisions who is normally invited to our events free of charge.
Companies offering a range of products and services to address the needs of delegates' future projects. New business generation is the cornerstone of the supplier element at all Richmond Forums.
Experts in their fields who address key issues, stimulate discussion and debate and provide insight into practical solutions.
With over 20 years’ experience working in finance, change management, and supply chain across industrial, pharmaceutical and brewery sectors Lucy has a demonstrated capability to drive transformational business improvement in performance and business culture.
Joining the Oliver Wight EAME team in February 2020, Lucy brings a fresh, unique, and invaluable perspective to clients, having lived their challenges and understood their ambitions during her time in the industry.
Lucy has led global programmes in Integrated Business Planning, demand planning, and supply planning and worked with Oliver Wight to design a knowledge transfer programme, championing the change process.
With the experience of direct and custodial responsibility for multinational teams, Lucy is a strong communicator and an outstanding relationship builder. She is quick to establish trust and inspire change.