Catch the Early Bird Discount for Africa’s Leading Supply Chain Conference
Early birds have until 31 March 2024 to qualify for a discounted registration fee for the annual SAPICS Conference and Exhibition, Africa’s leading knowledge-sharing and networking event for supply chain professionals.
Taking place from 9 to 12 June 2024 in Cape Town, this year’s SAPICS Conference will be held under the theme “Supply Chain Metamorphosis” and hosted by SAPICS (The Professional Body for Supply Chain Management) in association with the Southern African Association of Freight Forwarders NPC (SAAFF).
Now in its 46th year, the event brings together industry experts, thought leaders and professionals from around the world and across the supply chain spectrum. “This year's conference promises to deliver unparalleled insights, networking opportunities and cutting-edge solutions to address the ever-evolving challenges in the field of supply chain management,” comments SAPICS president MJ Schoemaker.
“In today’s volatile business environment, supply chains have had to undergo a significant transformation. They are no longer linear processes. They have become dynamic and interconnected ecosystems capable of rapidly adapting to emerging technologies, market trends and global challenges. Supply chain metamorphosis will be in the spotlight at SAPICS 2024 to ensure that supply chain professionals are equipped to understand the changes, challenges and opportunities in this new supply chain landscape. Attendees can expect to gain valuable insights, forge meaningful connections and stay ahead in an industry that is continually changing and advancing.”
SAAFF is pleased to collaborate with SAPICS to co-host the conference for the second consecutive year. “Attendees last year experienced a dynamic exchange of ideas through engaging presentations, interactive workshops, and spirited discussions. The event not only showcased cutting-edge research but also fostered meaningful connections, laying the groundwork for future collaborations between SAPICS and SAAFF,” says SAAFF CEO, Dr Juanita Maree.
“Delegates who take advantage of the Early Bird Discount will secure their spot at the must-attend 2024 SAPICS Conference and enjoy substantial savings on the registration fee. This limited-time offer reflects SAPICS's commitment to elevating, educating and empowering the supply chain community across Africa. We want to ensure that the incredible learning and networking opportunities offered by the SAPICS Conference are as accessible as possible to all supply chain practitioners," Schoemaker concludes.
To take advantage of the Early Bird Discount, interested delegates should visit the conference website - https://conference.sapics.org - and register before the deadline on 31 March 2024. They can also contact the Conference Secretariat at Upavon Management on 011 023 6701 or email email@example.com
For more information:
Tel: +27 (0) 10 013 3442
ABOUT SAPICS: http://www.sapics.org
Since 1966, SAPICS has worked to elevate, educate and empower the community of supply chain professionals in South Africa and across the continent. This is done via membership, events, the annual conference and education courses and workshops through Authorised Education Providers and others.
SAPICS is registered in South Africa as a not-for-profit company. Its mandate is to ensure that any profits made are used towards the continual development and overall benefit of individuals and organisations in the supply chain management profession.
The annual SAPICS Conference is the leading event in Africa for supply chain professionals. The 2024 SAPICS Conference takes place from 9 to 12 June 2024 at Century City Conference Centre, Cape Town, South Africa.
ABOUT SAAFF: https://saaff.org.za/
The Southern African Association of Freight Forwarders NPC (SAAFF) was established in 1921. For more than a century, SAAFF has played an essential role in freight forwarding and international trade, with members facilitating these activities through their dedicated involvement in the management of transportation, customs clearing, documentation, third-party payments, and many other elements of the international supply chain.