11-13 October 2005 -- Supply-Chain Council European Conference

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Supply chain risks can have many sources, and this conference will take a look at impact on all five processes of the Supply-Chain Operations Reference-model (SCOR) Plan, Source, Make, Deliver, and Return. The management of supply chain risk will be of rising importance for many companies in the years to come. Therefore, the focus of discussion throughout the conference will be the treatment of supply chain risk and its impact on other management topics. The planning team has developed a program with perspectives from a range of industries and situations to offer attendees diversity and an assortment of topics to attend.

An impressive line-up of speakers will present to assist in your supply chain risk management development, including T.H. Dallenga, Project Manager Supply Chain, Heineken presenting Creating Value Using SCOR and Dieter Heinke, Corporate Process Executive SCM, Corporate Information Office presenting The Uncertain Risk.

This years Europe conference includes more interactive sessions to give attendees more of the treasured opportunity to share experiences and discussion with fellow attendees and the speakers. These sessions offer a means to gather some of the most valuable information, and an advantage you can only attain by attending a face-to-face meeting, such as this Exchanging Knowledge: Coping with Supply Chain Risks conference. Additional networking opportunities await delegates at the stylish welcome reception hosted by Platinum Sponsor SAP and at the elegant reception and gala dinner sponsored by Platinum Sponsor Deloitte at the magnificent Palais Ferstel!

The SCOR Model will be well represented throughout the conference. It supports industry practitioners in achieving their business goals and accelerating supply chain projects and initiatives. In addition, it provides a project environment bringing overview and control. Above all, SCOR provides a common language between chain and network partners (and cross-industry!) that highly supports communication, partner insight and collaboration. These are elements that everyone in supply chain management and related fields can benefit from.

For more information and to register, please visit http://www.supply-chain.org/page.ww?name=Events+Calendar+Detail&section=Events+Calendar&id=7.

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