Please find below a list of associated events.
Speakers - Gino Pacini, Country Manager UK, Proglove and Sabrina Werner, Regional Sales Manager, ProgloveThe booming e-commerce business leads to a steep increase to an already fluctuating overall shipment volume. Online retailers in every market segment are facing both growing demand and growing expectations for faster delivery, while needing to ensure the quality of picking processes and keeping frontline workers safe. The adaptation of wearable technologies has significantly increased time savings and speed in relation to these processes. This live webinar will discuss the key benefits of wearable technologies for logistics and e-commerce and provide insights from leading companies which have successfully modernised their logistics processes.Book your place today!
Date: Wednesday 02 December 2020
Event Code: 416CILT (10% Discount)
Where: Virtual Conference
The Environmental Impact Assessment for Infrastructure Projects Masterclass returns on 2nd December. Register to hear from environmental experts as they share first-hand knowledge, innovative ideas and address the biggest challenges you will be facing throughout the process.
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Virtual conferences add flexibility – watch online from wherever is convenient whether it’s from home or the office. Join and watch live, or all content will be made available after the event on demand.
In addition to the main stage and all the content this provides, the online platform features chat - so you can ask your questions to the experts, networking and much more.
How to register: Call 0207 067 1597, email or register online and quote booking code 416CILT to receive your 10% discount.
When: 9 December, 2020 (10:00 - 11:00) Where: WebinarDescription: The COVID crisis has inflicted serious damage on our economy. The outlook for jobs has rarely been more uncertain as we grapple with the challenges the crisis has created, both for the short and long term. For young people aspiring to build a career and anxious about the future, these circumstances can be daunting. As a result, it has never been more important for businesses to do whatever they can to offer young people the support and opportunities they need to achieve their ambitions. PD Ports is leading the UK port sector to urge greater action to back young people – asking what more can businesses do?Register today!
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