Wednesday & Thursday, January 20-21
Noon – 5PM EST both days
2020 was a volatile year. What will the coming year hold, and how can you position for growth and success in 2021?
Moderator: Benjamin Gordon – CEO, Cambridge Capital
How are your customers’ businesses evolving, and how can you anticipate their future needs? Discover what supply chain logistics challenges lay ahead for your clients, and what they expect you to provide for them, now and in the future.
Moderator: Gene Tyndall – Senior Partner, eMATE Consulting
What are the leading supply chain technology companies doing to expand their services and markets in 2021? How does technology drive business and improvements? What is the value of technology in logistics?
Moderator: Matt Smalley – Principal, Cambridge Capital
Participants will receive a 10-minute window to showcase their Big Idea live on stage in the fields of Transportation, Supply Chain, and Logistics to potential customers, mentors and investors. Finalists will be judged and voted on by both the attendees and the respected industry leader “Sharks”.
Moderator: Benjamin Gordon, CEO, Cambridge Capital
What innovations are top logistics companies pursuing in 2021? What is happening in truck brokerage, warehousing, freight forwarding, and value-added services?
Moderator: Dave Stubbs – Operating Partner, BGSA Holdings, LLC
We saw a spike in deal activity in 2020. Merger and acquisition activity in the industry is growing. Amidst all the market changes, what kinds of deals will be completed in 2021? What kinds of strategies make sense? Should you buy, sell, merge, raise capital, or pursue other scenarios? Hear from top CEOs, investors and practitioners on current deal approaches.
Trucking is a leading indicator for the economy? Are we entering a downturn, in trucking and more broadly? How will capacity providers respond to challenges including economic cycles, trade wars, technology threats, and environmental requirements?
Moderator: Jack Holmes – Chairman, Emerge Market
Technology is critical for business success, but the continued disruption by new software, artificial intelligence, advanced analytics, robotics, and several other advances requires smart decisions and knowledge management. This Panel will provide strategies for dealing with disruptions, deciding on technological investments, and leveraging technologies for customer success.
Moderator: Rimas Kapeskas – Operating Partner, Cambridge Capital