With budgets tightening in the current business climate, investment in learning, professional development and network building is sometimes difficult to secure. However, the skill-building and new contacts one makes at conferences – especially Canada Logistics Conference – offers excellent return on investment.
Canada Logistics Conference 2017 offers 10 learning sessions curated to address the burning issues faced right now by carriers, shippers, ancillary service providers and other supply chain logistics professionals. From up-to-the-minute industry analysis to insight into the operations and strategies of leading organizations and beyond, you’re sure to find learning you can apply to your business as soon as you get back to your desk.
In the downloadable “Business Case Letter”, we’ve included space to connect specific learning sessions to projects and initiatives at your company, to make the connection between the material and your role even clearer.
Delegates at Canada Logistics Conference are a diverse mix of shippers from a variety of industries, carriers representing every mode, as well as 3PLs, ports, and providers of ancillary services. Most are at the manager level or more senior, including directors, VPs, presidents and the C-Suite. The professionals you meet aren’t just potential new clietns or service providers – they can provide friendly advice on any number of opportunities or challenges your organization faces now, or in the future. The group at Canada Logistics Conference is consistently rated as courteous, professional, and eager to help.
Below is a link to a template you can modify for your specific case to explain the significant return on investment of your company paying for your conference attendance. Pay particular attention to the highlighted components of the letter, as they will need to be customized for your specific situation.