“Supply chain disruption has infiltrated all parts of the retail ecosystem, but retailers are tackling this challenge with the same tenacity and determination they’ve shown throughout the pandemic,” said RILA Vice President for supply chain Jess Dankert. “The challenges retailers are navigating from shore to shelf make this the perfect time for the industry to come together to learn from one another, hear from industry leaders, and network with leading solution providers.”
“This is a pivotal moment for the supply chain community, and we’re excited to convene the industry’s premier event for retail supply chain leaders,” said Dankert.
The conference will address the most essential issues within the supply chain vortex including automation, innovation; omnichannel and end-to-end supply chain; distribution, fulfillment, and last mile; sustainability and ESG; transportation and logistics; and workforce/talent.
- Signet Jewelers CEO Virginia Drosos
- IKEA North America Chief Supply Chain Officer Tanja Dysli
- ULTA Beauty Chief Supply Chain Officer Amiee Thomas
- Foot Locker, Inc., Senior Vice President, Global Supply Chain, Todd Greener
- Federal Maritime Commission, Commissioner Rebecca Dye
- Gap. Inc, Senior Vice President, Global Logistics Fulfillment, Kevin Kuntz
- Melissa & Doug, Chief Supply Chain Officer, Sekar Sundararajan
Who: Hundreds of leading retail supply chain experts, suppliers and solution providers
What: LINK 2022: The Retail Supply Chain Conference
When: February 20-23, 2022
Where: Gaylord Texan Resort & Convention Center, Dallas, Texas
RSVP: All general sessions are on the record and open to press. Breakout sessions are “off the record” only. Reporters can attend breakout sessions for educational purposes and may follow up with speakers and attendees for on-the-record comments. Please email Melissa Murdock at firstname.lastname@example.org to obtain press credentials.
RILA is the US trade association for leading retailers. We convene decision-makers, advocate for the industry, and promote operational excellence and innovation. Our aim is to elevate a dynamic industry by transforming the environment in which retailers operate.
RILA members include more than 200 retailers, product manufacturers, and service suppliers, which together account for more than $1.5 trillion in annual sales, millions of American jobs, and more than 100,000 stores, manufacturing facilities, and distribution centers domestically and abroad.
Retail Supply Chain Conference