Interested in Giving a Presentation or Joining a Panel Discussion?
AI Supply Chain 2021 is currently accepting presentation and panel abstracts. Being held March 10 as a virtual conference, the 2021 event will explore AI and Machine Learning integration strategies, road bumps, ROI, case studies and solutions in the manufacturing space.
Attendees include chief supply chain officers, CIO / CTO / chief digital officer, supply chain innovation, supply chain transformation/digitization, consulting, smart distribution, and more.
The Call for Speakers deadline has passed. Speaking slots are available; however, they will now be reviewed on a first-come basis.
Speaking slots are not tied to sponsorships and speakers receive a complimentary pass to the conference.
We are seeking supply chain experts to discuss AI and Machine Learning integration strategies, road bumps, ROI, case studies and solutions in the manufacturing space. Speaking sessions should be timely and speak to current SC issues, including but not limited to:
- Develop Resilience to Disruptions and Downtime
- Improve Inventory Management
- Development Intelligent Transparency
- Update & Improve Workflow
- Improve Quality of Service, Customer Satisfaction
- Real-Time Data and Tracking
- Demand Forecasting
- Scale Up and Grow Capabilities
- Develop an AI Culture in Your Workforce
- Develop Supply Chain Visibility
Submitting a Proposal
The basis of the proposal or the presentation may not be the promotion or marketing of a product. Send your proposal in the body of your email letter and include supporting material and complete presentations as attachments. **All submission guidelines must be included for abstract consideration.
The Speaking Proposal should include:
A title for the presentation
A summary of the presentation content (up to 200 words). Include what issues/problems this session will cover, important take-aways and why timely.
Presenter(s) biography and high-resolution head-shot
Contact information: name, title, company, address, phone, email address and website
Questions? Contact Shannon Given, program manager, for details on speaking at the conference.