Q. What have the following companies in common ?
Coors Brewers, Christian Salvesen, Dairy Crest, EMI Music, GlaxoSmithKline, HSS Hire Services, Kellogs Europe, Kenwood, Lin Pac, Mars UK, Miele, Mettler Toledo, NHS Logistics, Nortel, Peugeot Motor Co., Pilkington, RMC Rugby Ltd, Tate & Lyle, TNT, UK MOD, Unilever Foods, Whitbread, Wickes DIY
A. Theyre all sending delegates to the 2005 Belgravium Seminar !
The sixth FREE Belgravium seminar entitled Optimal use of Information Technology within the Supply Chain will take place on Wednesday 20th April 2005. The venue is the National Motorcycle Museum (Junction 6, M42 Motorway Birmingham). The annual event had become a well-established fixture on the seminar and exhibitions calendar but in 2004 was postponed due to a major fire at the Museum. The venue has been completely rebuilt and re-opened in December 2004.
The seminar is deliberately educational and informative and has been deemed suitable for CPD accreditation by seminar co-sponsors The Chartered Institute of Logistics & Transport. The 2005 seminar has RFID as its major theme, being billed as everything you ever wanted to know about RFID in one day, but is far wider in scope. The day will also see a series of papers on general Supply Chain IT issues delivered by leading industry figures. The dedicated exhibition area is a popular feature of the event and includes suppliers of
supply chain / WMS software
field service / service management systems
mobile computing / data capture hardware ( wireless, RFID & barcode )
logistics consultancy and integration services
bar code labeling vendors
SAP / ERP integration & enhancement specialists
Mike Turner, Belgraviums Marketing Manager comments : We deliberately structure the seminar to be educational in nature, rather than a hard sell. Delegates can attend, confident in the knowledge that they will be hearing the latest industry thinking on best Supply Chain practice. Our last event attracted 450 delegates and they awarded the event an average score of 9.6 out of 10.0 for the relevance and quality of the day. Were aware that April 2005 seems some way off but wed recommend early booking as weve already received over 200 pre-registrations. Historically the event has always been full to capacity.
Anyone wishing to register should visit the Belgravium web site www.belgravium.com/seminar for further details and on-line registration.