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SCOPE Spring Supply Chain Conference
Chicago, United States - 22nd to 24th April 2012
Conference / congress

It is your definitive resource to access the knowledge and solutions to optimize your organization's Supply Chain.
Join the Numina Group at SCOPE Spring 2012. The cost of the event is underwritten by the Sponsors and Exhibitors allowing qualified end users of solutions to secure Complimentary Full Access Conference Passes.  Typical titles include: SVP/VP/Director/Manager of Supply Chain, Logistics, Distribution, Operations and IT.
The Pass includes full access to the educational program, a $300 Flight Reimbursement, 1 night's hotel, full onsite catering, access to the evening function at Wrigley Field to watch the Cubs play the Cardinals and access to the full book of presentations after the event.
You can register at referencing Invitation Number NG4242.

22nd to 24th April 2012

Hyatt Regency Chicago

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