Supply Chain Speakers

These informative Keynote Speakers will inspire businesses and organizations on how to apply Supply Chain Management successfully and use to their advantage.

Joseph Lubin - Founder and CEO, ConsenSys, blockchain venture studio

Under Lubin's watch, the number of ConsenSys employees has exploded by over 400%, and the organization has grown to include 37 different companies across industries including prediction markets, energy and supply chain.



Todd Buchholz Keynote Speaker
Todd Buchholz - Former White House Director of Economic Policy, Best-selling Author, Economist & Trend Forecaster

Buchholz tackles the startling implications of blockchain technology, and the crypto-currencies that employ it, including Bitcoin. As finance, tech, and supply-chain firms from Bank of America and Mastercard to UPS, IBM and Apple rush to file patents, Buchholz explains where the blockchain revolution and crypto-currencies are going and what your company needs to know. 


Jeremy Cage Keynote Speaker
Jeremy Cage - Former CEO of Lighting Science Group

As CEO of LSG, Cage was challenged with turning around a struggling company. He swiftly established a competitively advantaged strategic plan. He then executed an aggressive transformation of the company's branding approach; re-shaped the company’s innovation agenda with a focus on commercialization, not just ideation; drove a complete transformation of the company’s manufacturing and supply chain that unlocked over 40 points of Gross Margin; and stream-lined the organization to support both the strategic plan, and the size of the business.





Karen Mills - Administrator of the U.S. Small Business Administration (2009-2013); Senior Fellow, Harvard Business School and Harvard Kennedy School

Mills is a leading voice on economic growth and innovation, regularly in-demand for her keen and actionable insights on fintech, supply chain disruption, and the future of the labor force. 



Kaihan Krippendorff - Founder of Outthinker, Growth Strategy Consulting Firm; Bestselling Author of Four Business Strategy Books
Blockchain is a disruptive opportunity for a wide range of industries including supply chain. Krippendorff explains Blockchain in language that normal human beings can understand – cutting through the noise and hype to help the audience understand how it works and the potential ways Blockchain might completely up-end their own industry and business.


Jason Schenker Keynote Speaker
Jason Schenker - President and Chief Economist of Prestige Economics; Chairman of The Futurist Institute

Schenker is the world’s top ranked Financial Market Futurist and author of Futureproof Supply Chain: Planning for Disruption Risks and Opportunities in the Lifeline of the Global EconomySupply chain has been a vanguard industry for recent technology disruption as well as the adoption of automation and robotics. But what disruptions lie ahead? Schenker examines more than a dozen major risks ahead -- and how companies, industries, and individuals can prepare to be futureproof.





Jane Lute - Former Deputy Secretary of Homeland Security (2009-2013)

President and CEO of the Council on CyberSecurity and Board Member of the Center for Internet Security, Lute is frequently sought-out for her insights on what she calls a “global cyber awakening” for global supply chains as they are permeated by tech.



Andrew Savitz Keynote Speaker
Andrew Savitz - Former head of PricewaterhouseCooper's Sustainability Business Services practice; Author, The Triple Bottom Line - How Today's Best-Run Companies are Achieving Economic, Social and Environmental Success

Savitz assists companies to assess, design, develop and implement sustainability programs from vision to reporting, including policies, procedures and programs related to supply chain management.


Ken Hughes - Global Authority on New Consumer Values & Behavior; Renowned Customer Experience Strategist;
Inspiring Speaker on Disruption, Change, AI and Innovation

This next generation of shoppers demand boutique, artisan goods and services, personalized in their nature and delivery. They demand same day delivery. They demand an experience from the products and services they consume beyond what is in the box. In fact, they demand an experience partly related to how they buy. Supply Chain is becoming part of the product experience, not an invisible ‘support’ function. Ultimately a supply chain that is engineered and built to deliver to this new breed of shopper and consumer will win market share. Hughes will challenge supply chain and logistics executives and ask the big question. This is the shopper of tomorrow. Are you ready?


Fred Hochberg - Longest-serving Chairman in Export-Import Bank history; High-ranking business leader in the Obama Administration
Hochberg discusses the industries that will allow America to retain and improve advantageous positions in the global economy, and educate audiences about the impact they have for tens of thousands of supply chain businesses, many of which are small businesses. 


Sam Wilkin Keynote Speaker
Sam Wilkin - Head of Business Research at Oxford Economics

A frequent speaker on current affairs, the economic outlook, emerging markets, and geopolitical risk, Wilkin's speaking clients range from Fortune 500 companies Tech Data and McDonald’s to international conferences covering risk management, supply chain management and private equity.



Chuck Martin Keynote Speaker
Chuck Martin - Top Business Strategist; New York Times Business Bestselling Author; CEO, Net Future Institute

Over the next five years, $6 trillion will be spent on new solutions relating to the Internet of Things, with consumer spending topping $1 trillion. Billions of sensors will change the entire supply chain, linking supply and demand to time and location. If it moves, it can be connected. Martin details how to deal with these new dynamics. The concept of loyalty is being reversed: rather than companies looking to identify and reward loyalty customers, it will be the customers who identify, aggregate and reward companies they perceive to be loyal to them. This is the ultimate business-to-customer transformation.














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