Our Supply Chain Events
Supply Chain & Logistics Conferences, Seminars & Events
These events get bigger and better every year! And most are FREE! Make sure you don’t miss out, so register your interest NOW!
Logistics Bureau has for a number of years, provided free Supply Chain and Logistics breakfast seminars to customers, and these offer tremendous value through the information and discussion provided.
These events have recently been opened up to allow a broader participation and are now promoted via industry associations and here on our own website.
Logistics Bureau’s Events (complimentary seminars) are held in Sydney, Melbourne, Perth, Brisbane, Bangkok Ho Chi Minh City and elsewhere. They are very popular for senior executives as well as supply chain industry professionals.
Our senior staff are very enthusiastic about the constant high demand for conference presentations about supply chain management. No matter what the industry, effective Supply Chain management impacts directly and significantly on the bottom line.
The topics for these conferences, seminars and in house workshops are drawn from working with our loyal and valued customers as well as the vast breadth and depth of management consulting services provided by Logistics Bureau. If you have not been along to one of our free Logistics Bureau events held in SE Asia and Australia make sure you visit here to read about our Free Supply Chain & Logistics Seminars.
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Invitation Only Breakfasts For Logistics Bureau ‘Gold’ Clients
A more intimate breakfast event at our familiar quality venues, that will allow the presentation and debate of a range of topical and pressing Supply Chain and Logistics issues.
This will be invitation only and limited to 25-30 guests.
Breakfast guests will also be offered registration to the half day seminar that follows.
Half Day Free Seminars For a Broader Industry Audience
To be run on the same dates and at the same venues as our ‘Gold Client’ breakfasts, we will also provide an extended ‘half day’ free seminar.
This will allow a greater depth and breadth of information to be shared with our guests as well as provide an opportunity to many more guests to attend.
These events will be open to the broader industry community with up to 200 places available, but will of course still require registration to secure a place.
Supply Chain and Logistics Webinars Participate from anywhere around the world
Regularly conducted by Rob O’Byrne and sometimes with another industry expert, these Supply Chain and Logistics webinars are 100% free and open to anyone who is interested to know more about diverse Supply Chain and Logistics topics.
|Supply Chain Leaders Insights – Conference||19 October 2017||Merivale, Sydney||Register Now|
|Supply Chain Leaders Insights – Conference||17 October 2017||Crown, Melbourne||Register Now|
|Supply Chain Performance – Executive Breakfast||16 February 2017||The Grace Hotel, Sydney||Register Now|
|Supply Chain Performance – Executive Breakfast||14 February 2017||Rydges Hotel, Melbourne||Register Now|
|Supply Chain Leaders Insights – Meet the Experts||26 October 2016||InterContinental, Sydney||Register Now|
|Supply Chain Knowledge Booster Webinar||29 June 2016||Watch Now|
|Route Optimisation Webinar||5 July 2016||Watch Now|
|Supply Chain Cost Reduction Tips Webinar||1 March 2016||Watch Now|
|Supply Chain Education & Performance Webinar||2 February 2016|
|Warehousing Webinar||17 December 2015||Watch Now|
|Breakfast Seminar – Sydney||18 November 2015||Hilton Hotel|
|Breakfast Seminar – Melbourne||17 November 2015||Bayview Eden|
- Whilst we would hope this never occurs, Logistics Bureau reserves the right to make changes to the date, venue and topic if circumstances demand.
- Whilst every attempt will be made to accommodate all those who register, if venue capacity is exceeded, Logistics Bureau will allocate places to Logistics Bureau customers first.
- Given the degree and value of Intellectual Property shared with our guests at these events, Logistics Bureau reserves the right to refuse registration to direct competitors.
- If registrations exceed venue capacity it may be necessary to limit registrations to two people per organisation.
- Where guests routinely register for events but fail to attend, they may be deleted from our guest list.