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Smart 2015 to explore supply chain future

Thursday, 2 Oct 2014 ( #687 ) - Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
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The theme for the Smart Conference 2015 program is “Competencies for Competitive Advantage”.
Next year’s Smart Conference, taking place on 26-27 May in Melbourne, will explore the future of supply chains with a particular focus on the competencies and attributes that are shaping top-performing supply chains, managers and teams.

The theme for the 2015 program is "Competencies for Competitive Advantage", and the event will look at providing real world learning regarding the skills and strategies which supply chain and logistics practitioners and organisations need to master, or plan to master, if they wish to create value for the business.

The conference is organised by a consortium of the professional bodies for practitioners and companies working in the supply chain and logistics area, under the auspices of the Logistics Association of Australia (LAA) and the Australasian Production and Inventory Control Society (apicsAU).
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