Multimodal, entering its eleventh year, is now considered the UK’s leading freight transport, logistics and supply chain management event. With every logistics sector under one roof, last years event brought 9,449 logistics professionals together at the NEC in Birmingham to share their products and services, whilst networking with like-minded individuals.
An exciting announcement…
This year Bis Henderson Group are pleased to announce that we will be exhibiting across the three-day event.
Visit us at stand 2014 where one of our team will be available to answer any questions you may have, or to discuss any upcoming projects you may need support with.
Supporting new talent…
We’re also sponsoring this year’s ‘show ambassadors’ – 15 students invited to attend the event as part of a taster into life in the sector.
Look out for them at the show, they’ll be happy to help you find the stands and seminars you’d like to attend throughout the three days, you’ll spot them wearing Bis Henderson Group T-shirts!
Attending the show in this capacity gives them the opportunity to not only mingle with industry professionals, but to gain a better understanding of what the sector can offer them post-graduation and beyond – a cause that Bis Henderson is committed to.
‘Attracting Talent’ seminar with Andy Kaye…
We are also excited to announce that our CEO, Andy Kaye, with join the panel discussing ‘Attracting Talent’ into the industry, and how we can better unlock the talent that is already out there.
As an advocate for skills development, Andy is keen to share his passion, expertise and knowledge with business leaders, and so joins Steve Granite, CEO of Abbey Logistics, and James Hookham, Deputy Chief Exec from The FTA, amongst others, in finding new ways to help promote the profession.
By teaming up with the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT), the United Kingdom Warehousing Association (UKWA) and the Freight Transport Association (FTA) they have designed workshops, masterclasses, and panel discussions to tackle the most important issues affecting the future of UK supply chain, allowing individuals to share their expertise and experiences within the industry.
The event is free to attend, but you can register your interest here .
Make sure you visit us at stand 2014!
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