The 2015 Inmar Analytics Forum, April 7-9 at the Wake Forest Innovation Quarter in Winston-Salem, NC, will be an excellent opportunity for supply chain professionals to get first-hand insight into industry trends and information that will help shape the future of this dynamic, rapidly-evolving industry. That insight will be provided by some of the top supply chain pros in America today, including presenters from Target, CVS, PepsiCo, L’Oreal, General Mills, WERCs and more.
In addition to keynote speakers David Plouffe, Senior Vice President for Policy and Strategy, Uber, and Farzad Mostashari, M.D., CEO of Aledade, Forum participants will have the opportunity to attend powerful sessions on some of the most important issues in supply chain, covering brand protection, sustainability and performance analytics. Sessions will include industry trends, insights and best practices. Among the topics will be:Reducing Waste Across the Retail Supply Chain through Collaboration, with supply chain pros from TargetHazardous Waste Management: A retailer’s perspective, by Wendy Brant, Sr. Manager – Corporate Environmental, CVS HealthHazardous Waste Management:  A Manufacturer’s Perspective, by Kieran Callahan, WERCsTurning Recall Lessons Learned into Best Practices, by Jeff Brazell, PepsiCo, and, Recycling for Waste to Energy, by Wanda Williams, Sr. Director, Waste ManagementUsing Secondary Markets as a Landfill Avoidance Strategy, by Allan Busdeker, L’Oreal
These industry leaders are among the best-of-the-best when it comes to developing data-based solutions to today’s supply chain challenges. They will present among other industry leaders who will share their expertise and insight in sessions exploring challenges and solutions in Healthcare and Promotions. The Inmar Analytics Forum is a unique learning opportunity you will not want to miss.
So,click here to register now and we’ll see you in Winston-Salem!
And, remember there is no cost to attend for manufacturers, retailers and health systems!

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