Supply Chain & Industrial Warehouse Summit

3-4 November, 2022 | Sofitel Melbourne, Australia + Virtual

Strategy, Technology and Innovation to Reduce Supply Chain Congestion and Capitalise on the E-commerce Boom

Strategy | Technology | Innovation

NAVIGATING THE SUPPLY CHAINWRECK & OPTIMISING THE MOVEMENT OF GOODS

When it comes to the current state of the global supply chain, weakness is everywhere. Massive dislocations are present in the container market, shipping routes, ports, air cargo, trucking lines, railways and warehouses. For goods to move seamlessly from overseas factories to Australian addresses, the oceangoing vessels, shipping containers, cargo terminals, truckers and railroads all must work together, like runners in a relay race. If equipment gets stuck at any point, delays ripple along the entire chain.

The Supply Chain and Industrial Warehouse Summit will look at how the pandemic has disrupted global supply chains and accelerated ecommerce sales growth so quickly that immense pressure has been placed on distribution networks and warehouse capacity.

It will explore the major challenges being faced by CPGs and 3PLs facing across the supply chain from shipping, containers, transportation, warehousing and the last mile – and how technology and innovative approaches can help unlock inefficiencies and optimise the movement of goods.

It will also look at the huge opportunities this has created for industrial & logistics property owners and investors as consumer goods and logistics companies scramble to increase their inventories and expand their warehouse space.

Summit will start in...

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Meet Our Speakers

Sally Box

Managing Director, Head of Asia Pacific, Cabot Properties Inc.

Ben Burston

Chief Economist, Knight Frank

Charlotte Brabant

National Development Manager- Industrial, 151 Property

David Sanders

Managing Director, Bestrane

Ellen Slaven

Senior Portfolio Manager, Goodman

Bart Phaosihavong

Logistics Operations Manager, Cement VIC/TAS, Boral

Heidi Thorne

Head of Asset Management, Logistics, GPT Group

Kyle Rogers

Independent Director, SCLAA

Danny Haigh

ANZ Head of Logistics, Nufarm

Laura Hull

Head of Supply Chain, Workwear Group

Mike O’Neill

Managing Director, Industrial & Logistics, CBRE

Craig Fuller

Former Director of Operations, Amazon Australia

The Program

The Supply Chain & Industrial Warehouse Summit is the premier event exclusively focused on the relationship between e-commerce, supply chain and industrial real estate. It’s where you’ll hear the big ideas and learn about the latest trends and new technologies from the best in the business.

Topics covered include:

Schedule Dates

Conference Schedule

Day 2 | Thursday | 8th September

09:50

Panel discussion – Enabling transformation - Designing a win-win workplace experience supporting performance, brand culture and individual authenticity

The employee-centric workplace has become popular with HR and WX. However the concept goes against the usual “management is always right” approach. To work, the model requires technical and cultural transformations. We discuss how this model is creating a revision in our workplace beliefs, and how it will develop future workplaces.

Panellists:
Krupa Solanki, Innovation Director, UnWork, UK
Mary Lemonis, Chief People Officer, REA Group
Gavin McMahon, Chief Learning & Product Officer, Partner, fassforward, USA
Graeme Scannell, Head of Workplace Experience, MYOB
10:30

Networking break & showcase viewing

STREAM A:
Hybrid First - Sept. 8, 2022
11:15

Panel discussion – Supporting wellbeing, fairness and social connections in the workplace transition

Wellbeing and social connections are a challenge with hybrid and work-from-anywhere models. How do we create a healthy separation between work and home? How do we ensure that remote employees are treated fairly in this time of disruption?
Moderator:

Duncan Young, Head of Workplace Health and Wellbeing, Lendlease
Panellists:
Jono Nicholas, MD, Wellbeing Outfit & Chief Mental Health Advisor, EY Oceania
Shailendra Tripathi, Director, Health Safety and Wellbeing, Optus

12:00

Roundtable 5 – Engaging with Generation Z in the hybrid workplace

Adrianna Loveday, Director & Psychologist, Talent, Kairos
Kathryn Bellion, Head of People Experience, King & Wood Mallesons

12:00

Roundtable 8 – Ensuring equity, flexibility & work-life balance in hybrid workplaces

Agathe Gross, Partner, Head of Australia Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Program, Bain & Company

STREAM B:
DIGITAL FUTURES - Sept. 8, 2022
11:15

Panel discussion – Building people success, measuring employee happiness and engagement using data driven tools

Employee experience is the new buzzword in HR as employers become more focused on setting employees up to succeed. This includes offering wellness and EX apps, and tracking employee satisfaction across happiness KPIs. We review how data driven insights are changing the approach to employee experience and engagement.

Michelle Hancic, Head of People Science APAC, Glint - Linkedin
Sally Smith, Head of People Analytics, NAB

12:00

Roundtable 9 – Redesigning your office space for the hybrid workplace model

Lisa James-Holmes, Associate Director, FM & Global Workplace & Enterprise Services, MSD
Iva Durakovic, Associate Lecturer, School of Built Environment, UNSW

12:00

Roundtable 10 – Championing a workplace culture and experience that promotes wellness and social connections

Devan Valenti, Manager, Asia Pacific, International Well Building Institute

12:30

Networking lunch & showcase viewing

STREAM A:
Hybrid First - Sept. 8, 2022
13:40

Occupier research, CRE services and the impact on workplace experience

Hybrid workplaces and digital transformation will ultimately transform the way we use buildings and do our jobs. Repositioning your business to take advantage of this workplace transformation is essential for occupiers and the CRE industry to be successful in the new normal. Reserved for partner

14:00

Transforming the workplace into a collaboration and wellbeing hub

People increasingly want to work according to their needs and preferences and companies need to find ways to facilitate that if they’re to get the best out of their employees.

Nathan Andres, Global Wellbeing Leader, People Director APAC, The Body Shop

14:20

Panel discussion – Improving employee experience and getting to the heart of employee engagement and hybrid management

Traditional HR focus on treating wellness, productivity, and technology as separate issues. But for employees, these are integrated components, that form the overall employee experience. We consider the role EX plays in supporting hybrid workplaces.

Kathryn Bellion, Head of People Experience, King & Wood Mallesons
Kate Renner, Head of Employee Experience, Wisr
Jen Jackson, CEO, Everyday Massive

STREAM B:
DIGITAL FUTURES - Sept. 8, 2022
13:40

WORKTECH - Innovators in workplace & employee experience technology share views on how to improve the hybrid experience

In a hybrid workplace, your technology stack defines employee experience. One of the big questions many leaders are facing now is: how can we meaningfully communicate, collaborate, and connect in a hybrid (or remote) environment? These new needs are driving the creation of new technology categories to support workers — that go beyond the video call.

14:20

Panel discussion – Work labs - Building future ready workplaces which connect business strategy with people, digital and place

Future workplaces will offer experimental spaces that integrate sensing, spatial analytics, and adaptive design to encourage faster learning and testing. They will also support virtual and hybrid workplaces within spaces that empower and encourage employees.

Dean Rikanovic, Global Creative Director, Rikanovic
Jeremy Pollak, CEO & Co-Founder, Calven, Co-Founder and Consulting Director, Peace of Mind Technology
Tobi Skovron, Co-Founder & CEO, CreativeCubes

15:00

Networking Break & Showcase Viewing

CLOSING PLENARY – LAB LESSONS

15:30

Future workplace transition experience and what's next for the employee centric model?

The hybrid workplace experience is creating new value for employees. But for most businesses this model remains an experiment. Here we learn from a business that has always operated this way. What are the important lessons for workplace transiting?

Brian Elliott, Executive Leader & SVP, Future Forum, Slack, USA
15:50

Panel discussion: Future employees risks and opportunities– Predictions from the edge of the future workplace

As the power shifts from employer to employee in the latest round of the “war for talent”, businesses focus on how to engage a young talented digital native workforce. They also wonder what other people risks will flow from the changes in our workplace arrangements as the unintended consequences of workplace disruption. Some ask whether the old ways will return with the open borders and new staff options.

Panellists:
Stephen Truman, National Risk Manager, People Risk, QBE
Bronwyn van der Merwe, VP of Design, Culture Amp
Callam Pickering, APAC Economist, Indeed.com
16:30

Chair’s closing remarks & end of event

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Rework Apac 2022 By The Numbers

2 day in-person and virtual event

SENIORITY LEVEL

C-level
20%
VP & Director
40%
Heads of/Managers
30%
Other
10%

ROLE/RESPONSIBILITY

Workplace Strategy/Experience
40%
People & Culture
20%
Real Estate/Property
20%
Executive Management
10%
Digital Technology
10%

INDUSTRY

Employers/tenants

Landlords - owners of office space, flex space operators

Agencies/ intermediaries

Office design & fit-out firms/consultants

Architects (building and space design)

Tech companies

Why Become A Partner?

FuturePlace sponsorship plans provide you with a unique opportunity to build your brand and influence key power players.

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Thought Leadership Presentations

Establish pre-eminence amongst your peers

Branding And Signage

Multiple opportunities exist before, during and after the event

Roundtable Hosting

Lead a roundtable of industry professionals in this powerful, interactive format

Networking

Impress the world with your team and hospitality

Lead Generation

New business opportunities from a highly targeted audience

Showcase

The exhibition is the place to showcase and build new business connections

Who Should Partner?

Workplace strategy & experience

  • Tenant experience platforms
  • Workplace management solutions
  • Desk and meeting room booking
  • Workplace/resource scheduling
  • Space utilisation
  • Contactless
  • AR/VR

Architecture, design, planning & consulting

  • Design & build
  • Interior design
  • Reconfiguration
  • Fit out

Distributed workforce tools/technologies

  • Digital employee experience platforms
  • Collaboration & networking tools
  • File sharing tools
  • Messaging tools
  • CRM
  • Videoconferencing
  • Cybersecurity

Space & service providers

  • Landlords
  • Agencies/Brokers
  • Tenant reps
  • Consultants

BENEFITS OF ATTENDING

The REwork APAC Summit is a Hybrid event. This format combines the traditional face-to-face conference with virtual elements, allowing both in-person and virtual attendees to access the same content and networking opportunities simultaneously.

High quality curated content

With expert sessions and industry leading speakers, delve into expertly curated content that you won’t find anywhere else.

Live and on-demand

Wherever you are at the time of the event, you’ll be in control. You’ll have the ability to consume all the content being delivered at your leisure through either a live stream of the physical event or on-demand.

Time efficient

If you are based outside of Sydney and for whatever reason can’t make it to the event in-person, you can save on travel time and accommodation costs while still networking with global industry professionals.

Business matchmaking live

Take part in intelligently curated meetings with like-minded individuals that share similar interests and challenges from all over the world through our AI powered matchmaking delivered via our virtual platform.

Accessible from all your devices

Get insights and network at your fingertips – all content sessions and networking activities will be accessible from your laptop, tablets or mobile devices.

Engage, interact and influence

Make the most of your experience by being a truly active participant. Whether at the event or attending virtually, you’ll have the ability to ask questions, participate in polls, and share your experience with other attendees via break-out sessions.

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