Tuesday, August 22nd 
TAG Events > 2015 Supply Chain Mobility Panel

Most Recent Shows in this Category

How are mobile applications changing the way supply chains operate? How will supply chains evolve as mobility technology become less reliant on people? What are the challenges of and ideas for creating the mobile supply chain.
7pm - Sep 1, 2015
Discussion continues with moderator John Trainor, CIO, Aaron’s Inc. and panelists  Brad Cowles, CIO, HD Supply’ Puga Sankara, Co-Founder, Smart Gladiator LLC; Gururaj Rao, CEO, nuVizz Inc., Robert Ufford, Co-Founder, TrackBlue LLC.
7pm - Sep 1, 2015


Get the weekly TAGTV and Radio TAGalong email newsletter. What shows launch this week on TAGTV?  Sign up now!

Join the Email List
For Email Newsletters you can trust

New TAGTV content announcements each week day! 

TAG! You're it!

Your Company Video or Radio Show
Corporate, Social and Mobile!

Your video or radio series can be on your promoted TAG TV show page, put into RSS podcast syndication and on iTunes as free downloads, plus available for your company Web site, executive and company LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter pages and more, including optional delivery on YouTube.

Or, Underwrite a Thought Leadership Show!

Logistics & Supply Chain

The supply chain is experiencing a rather severe labour deficit – and it doesn’t look like it’s about to recover any time soon. In fact, according to The World Bank, the global problem is going either to remain the same, or in the worst-case scenario, deteriorate even further over the...
DHL Parcel is to open a mega parcel centre in Bochum, in the Ruhr region. By autumn 2019, the new site will handle up to 50,000 shipments per hour. “Our network – with an average of 4.3 million parcels per day – leads the way in Germany when it comes...
The shortage of logistics-related labour is a global problem that will either remain the same or worsen over the next five years, according to a new survey by The World Bank, which calls for a major expansion of training and skills development initiatives in developing countries. The new study, authored...

About Supply Chain & Logistics Society

The goal of the TAG Supply Chain & Logistics Society is to bring together industry professionals from logistic functions to share insights and leading practices. Together we will be the catalyst for identifying current and future value driven practices and innovative technology solutions to support the global supply chain. As a result, we will deliver sustainable ideas, new ways of working together, information sharing, and professional growth that will help the community positively improve the flow of goods and services to meet customer's requirements in the 21st century.  For more info, go to www.tagonline.org