Virtual event platforms came of age last year, and we are focused on delivering an exceptional virtual event experience.
Connecting leaders with up-and-coming talent in the supply chain management profession. See the FAQ for details.
Hear from top executives, thought leaders and entrepreneurs.
Participate in breakout discussions and interactive workshops.
We are carefully crafting a virtual networking experience.
Engage with speakers and panelists in an interactive online platform.
“I met a lot of great people who were inspiring. Technology is relatively new to this industry so it's exciting to see what people are coming up with. It was an excellent combination [of] tech and supply chain.”
“This was the first true SCM conference I have been to in Seattle, ever!”
“I got what I put into it, looking forward to either sending some of my team to it next year or attending myself.”
Follow the reCONNECT 2021 blog to stay up-to-date with the latest news about the event and read insights from speakers and other contributors.Event Blog
The easiest way to stay connected with updates about the event. We post frequently about new speakers, workshops and other announcements.
Supply Chain Weekly by the event director, Kellen Betts, explores connections and undercurrents in supply chain news and research.Weekly Newsletter
Supply chains are complex and dynamic. This past year delivered that message in container-ship-sized portions.To accelerate out of the pandemic and excel in the coming decade, we need better tools and processes than MRP systems developed in the 1960's.
With the climate crisis, coronavirus pandemic, trade tensions and the rising power of China... uncertainty may be the one certainty. Join us at #reConnect2021 for a fireside chat with Sam Kaplan, author of the new book "Challenging China: Smart Strategies for Dealing with China in the Xi Jinping Era," and moderator Kellen Betts. They will discuss challenges and opportunities in the international business environment, and what this shifting landscape means for global supply chains, trade and world economies.