Retail SupplyChain China Summit, July 6, Shanghai

Mayfair Hotel, Shanghai, China One-Day Conference: Wednesday, July 6, 2005The fast pace of the China retail industry presents many companies with a host of daily challenges. Maintaining competitive advantage in the face of increasing competition requires retailers to improve facility flow-through, drive down the amount of inventory in their supply chain and meet escalating customer demands - all whilst operating in the competitive China retail environment with high domestic logistics costs and tight profit margins.On July 6, 2005, the China Supply Chain Council (CSCC) will host its first Retail SupplyChain China Summit to explore retailer's challenges and potential solutions for the China market. Through real-life case studies, the event will focus on what leading retailers are doing to get products into the Chinese consumers' hands consistently and cost effectively. This event will give you the opportunity to learn about new developments, discuss common issues and challenges and hear recommendations and solutions on domestic retail supply chain operations. Retail and consumer packaged goods executives will share their perspectives in a number of supply chain areas, including: - New business practices in the retail industry, and emerging trends that have an impact on it; - How these practices and trends are creating new opportunities in consumer markets; - What are the supply chain challenges facing retailers in their need to efficiently and effectively get products across the China continent; - How retailers and suppliers work together to integrate their supply chain planning, execution processes and systems; - What are the latest and most innovative initiatives in the field of demand forecast and order management optimization. Speakers Include: - George Zhao, VP Supply Chain, B&Q CHINA - Mark Guo, Fulfillment Manager, GILLETTE CHINA - Mirek Dabrowski, General Manager, DHL SOLUTIONS CHINA - Carrie Chen, IT Director, LIANHUA SUPERMARKET - Guy Tran, China Logistics Manager, AUCHAN CHINA - Jean-Luc Laboucheix, Supply Chain Director, ELECTROLUX CHINA - Wenwey Hseush, CEO, eBIZPRISE INC. - Philippe Barreaud, Director of Operations, MICHELIN CHINA New ideas to improve your China's supply chain With the ever-increasing demands to improve performance, reduce costs and boost sales, new ideas about how to continue to improve your retail supply chain are scarce. Yet, just when you thought you were in trouble, the Retail SupplyChain China Summit will showcase some great new ideas and initiatives to help you improve the performance of your China domestic retail supply chain.NOT A CSCC MEMBER YET? WHY NOT JOINING? For only RMB 3,300 (or US$ 400), become a member + receive a conference pass at the same time. This way, you can receive all CSCC benefits year-round e.g. access to website premium content, monthly SupplyChain newsletter and discounts at all future trainings and conferences.To register, please select the type of pricing below:

Name Sales End Price
CSCC Member, before June 15 Ended $143
CSCC Member, after June 15 Ended $239
Non CSCC Member, before June 15 Ended $179
Non CSCC Member, after June 15 Ended $287
CSCC Membership + Conference Pass Ended $400

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