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Retail Gazette launches Supply Chain Insider Community


Retail Gazette's Supply Chain Insider Community
Retail Gazette’s Supply Chain Insider Community
// Retail Gazette has launched the Supply Chain Insider Community, a network for supply chain leaders at the UK’s biggest retailers
// Members will gain access to exclusive dinners with top industry speakers, as well as curated newsletters, white papers, and virtual workshops

Retail Gazette has launched an exclusive network for the leaders and decision-makers in supply chain, offering a range of free events, content and workshops.

The Supply Chain Insider Community is open to C-level executives and department leaders from retailers’ logistics, supply chain and delivery functions. It will bring together industry decision-makers to tackle the unprecented challenges they are facing right now as the supply chain crisis continues.

With the theme of ‘from crisis comes innovation’, the Supply Chain Insider Community is a place to share war stories, best practice and new ideas to get product to where it needs to be in increasingly challenging conditions.


READ MORE: What is the Supply Chain Insider Community and how can I be part of it?


Retail Gazette editor Gemma Goldfingle said: “Seismic events like the pandemic and Brexit have put pressure on retail supply chains like never before and has spurred the need for fresh thinking.

“Our Supply Chain Insider Community is here to help you solve the industry’s big challenges, together.”

Members will gain access to exclusive dinners with industry speakers that are leading the field in supply chain, as well as curated quarterly newsletters, bespoke in-depth reports, interactive virtual workshops, and access to members-only LinkedIn and WhatsApp Groups, which will act as forums to ask for advice and share best practice.

Find out more and apply to be part of the community today.

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