Join 3 supply chain experts for an interactive debate to see how ethical preferences can be improved by good technology choices

Are sustainability and profitability mutually achievable goals?

How can organisations highlight socially responsible choices?

Can we drive consumers to make environmentally friendly choices, which also help manage costs?

What role does supply chain technology play in all this?

What long lasting effect will the events of the last 90 days have on future sustainability?

David A Hogg
Sterling Supply Chain
Sales Leader
Europe at IBM

For the last 14 years through marketing, commerce, order management and supply chain solutions, David has helped clients capture the opportunities and overcome the challenges offered by digital reinvention. His experience spans variety of industry sectors including Retail, Consumer Products, Distribution, Telco, Manufacturing and Financial Services in Europe and South East Asia.

Roger Needham
Senior Supply Chain Consultant
IBM Sterling Solutions, IBM Europe

For the last 14 years through marketing, commerce, order management and supply chain solutions, David has helped clients capture the opportunities and overcome the challenges offered by digital reinvention. His experience spans variety of industry sectors including Retail, Consumer Products, Distribution, Telco, Manufacturing and Financial Services in Europe and South East Asia.

Marcus Langford
Managing Director
Coliance 



Marcus has 30 years experienced as an executive helping clients to optimise their partner to partner data handling challenges, combining that with the task of rationalising and optimising internal supply chain systems, working with logistics, distribution and retail organisations large and small throughout Europe.