We are just a month away from the 2016 ISCPO Conference. The 2016 International Supply Chain Protection Organization (ISCPO) Conference will once again be hosted by Fossil Group, Inc. at their Corporate Headquarters in Richardson, Texas on September 7th and 8th.
The two-day “Global Expansion of Business” conference will be addressing topics related to supply chain security, industry theft trends and investigations. There will be a wide range of speakers from both private sector and public law enforcement, speaking on topics that are currently affecting the global supply chain. This year’s keynote presentation will feature Thomas Class, Special Agent in Charge for the Federal Bureau of Investigation in the Dallas, Texas market. For the complete list of speakers and the agenda for this year’s event, click here.
The conference will again provide a great venue to network with global industry peers, transportation/logistics professionals, law enforcement, and select vendor partners. ISCPO members and other interested parties should consider attending.
Please visit the conference registration site for more details. There you will be able to register, see hotel information and learn more about this year’s event. Vendors interested in visiting with conference attendees are also asked to email concerning opportunities. Submit your inquiries to Byron Smith at firstname.lastname@example.org. For those who have already registered, please take some time to forward the event info to your peers in the industry and your vendors that would benefit for the conference.
Once again we will be offering education credits for this conference. Don’t forget to mark your calendar for the evening of September 6th for the new cocktail hour to mingle with peers in the industry. We look forward to seeing you in September!
The mission of ISCPO is to promote a global, collaborative effort of networking for Security and Loss Prevention professionals. The organization’s membership supports a wide-variety of business entities, whose main commonality is using the global supply chain for transportation of goods and services.