Supply Chain Network to Moderate Discussion on Humanitarian Logistics at Manifest

This panel will talk about the state of procurement, how to support humanitarian logistical needs and more.

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We’re just 3 weeks away from Manifest 2023, where entrepreneurs, investors and industry experts will gather under one roof to network and learn more about the cutting edge of supply chain and logistics.

Set to take place Jan. 31-Feb. at Las Vegas’ Caesar’s Forum, Manifest 2023 will pull back the curtain on all things supply chain disruptions, current events, enterprise-wide solutions and supply chain pain points, with a host of subject matter experts talking about everything from sustainable supply chains and the implementation of 5G networks to micro-fulfillment, visibility, e-commerce and more.

On Feb. 2 is the Women’s Lunch, sponsored by Food Logistics and Supply & Demand Chain Executive. Here, Courtney Muller, president of Manifest, will sit down with Katie Dade, MIT’s leader of the Women in Supply Chain Initiative, and Alicemarie Geoffrion, president of packaging at DHL and a past recipient of Supply & Demand Chain Executive’s Women in Supply Chain award, will discuss the importance of women in the supply chain, gender balance in the corporate world and more.

Also on Feb. 2, at 2-2:30 p.m., check out the panel discussion on Humanitarian Logistics where Food Logistics and Supply & Demand Chain Executive’s editor-in-chief Marina Mayer will sit down with Benjamin Gordon, managing partner and CEO, Cambridge Capital and BGSA; Romaine Seguin, CEO, Good360; Mike Wilson, VP, CEVA Logistics; and Kathy Fulton, executive director, American Logistics Aid Network (ALAN), to talk about the state of procurement, how to support humanitarian logistical needs and more.

And, be sure to check out the winners from this year's Top Tech Startup award, as many will be exhibiting, attending and walking the halls.

Head to to register! Hope to see you in Vegas later this month!