Melbourne Supply Chain Conference (MSCC) 2023

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Lecture Theatre 2 (LT2) Melbourne Business School, 200 Leicester Street, Carlton VIC


Presented by the Department of Management and Marketing, University of Melbourne

Supply chains globally and in Australia are going through major changes. On one hand, COVID-19 showed the fragility of global supply chains and instigated rethinking into making more agile and in-source structuring of supply chains. On the other hand, the latest technology advancements, especially with respect to Artificial Intelligence, have prompted technology driven changes in supply chains that could possibly substantially alter the way supply chains function in the near to long term future! At the  Melbourne Supply Chain Conference (MSCC) 2023, we will talk about these threats and opportunities and the impact they will have on supply chains.

We invite practitioners and students to MSCC 2023!

  • Day One (Monday 23 October) - Conference: The full-day conference will be held from 8:30am-4:30pm at Lecture Theatre 2 in the MBS building.
  • Day Two (Tuesday 24 October) - Site Visits: For UoM student attendees, we are offering optional Site Visits to TMX Global (10:00am-12:00pm) and DHL (2:30pm-4:00pm). Please note that our site visit program is at full capacity. To go on the wait list, please indicate your interest during the registration page.

Full Program

Registrations are essential (closing on Wednesday 18 October). Please click the 'Book Now' button on the left to secure your seat.

- Industry Delegates & Public: $200 (Full-day Conference on Day One)  
- UoM Student: $50 (Full-day Conference on Day One + Optional Site Visits on Day Two)

UoM Supply Chain Management programs

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Parking: Metered street parking is available in the surrounding streets, or please visit the Parking on Campus website.
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