Hear what experts from the industry, academia and the service industry say about trends that are shaping the business.
3 PM EDT
The recent pandemic has accelerated the evolution of the food supply chain industry. From frequently responding and adapting to the changing demands of customers and tighter food regulations, 2020 exposed weaknesses in many supply chain infrastructures. In 2010, the United Nations reported that food production needs to grow by 70% in capacity from that time to cater to the needs of 9.7 billion people at the end of 2050. Join us to hear what experts from the industry, academia and services have to say on what they think the industry will look like in 2021 and beyond.
Meet the Speakers
Professor of Supply Chain
Simon brings over 30 years of experience in project management and delivery, organizational transformation and change management in IT particularly ERP and fusion cloud, and operational transformations in supply chain, and procurement.
CEO, The Red Seed
Before founding The Red Seed, Ahmed spent years in Finance and Accounting with municipalities and publicly listed distribution companies. The Red Seed distributes its products across Canada through retailers like Sobeys, Centex and other supermarkets.
For the last 15 years, Abubakr has led Business Transformation, ERP implementation and Business Integration of SAP and SAGE X3 products at mid to large size companies.
In his role, David focuses in several industry sectors, including Food & Beverage and Wholesale & Distribution. He engages with Sage X3 customers across Canada who are managing their business faster, simpler and more flexible - on a global scale. In addition, David helps organizations modernize and digitally transform their operations to achieve agility, deep insight, and competitive advantage.