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2006 AED/QUALCOMM Executive Forum:
Rosemont, Illinois, United States - 7th and 8th September 2006
Seminar / workshop

This year's theme, "Lean Distribution," will focus on improving the business processes that add value and eliminating those that don't. Concrete examples of how the application of Lean Principles will improve customer, employee, supplier and shareholder satisfaction will be plentiful.
Join the equipment industry's top executives and experts at AED's 2006 Executive Forum. This two-day event will combine information on the trends and issues that are shaping the future of equipment distribution with an opportunity to network with senior-level industry executives.



Date(s):
7th and 8th September 2006

Venue:
Westin O'Hare

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