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2+2 Innovation in Logistics inc. transport logistic Americas Forum & TIACA Executive Summit


With the “2 + 2” event in San Francisco, transport logistics Americas Forum together with TIACA Executive Summit offer 2 days of conference program with enough time for networking plus 2 days of innovation journey to the trendiest impulse generators in Silicon Valley.

No region in the world continues to stand more for inventiveness in the digitalized world. What can logistics learn from this, how must supply chain management adapt to it in the future? But also: which digital trends can I implement for my own company?

Get inspired and connect with your fellow executives!

When:

March 22, 2022

Where:

San Francisco, CA

Contact:

Daniela Thumfart
[email protected]

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