SCLA Fast Facts (Supply Chain Leaders in Action)

Why Attend?

Here is your opportunity to join an extraordinary group of individuals for the most intriguing learning experience of your career and a chance to inter-face with leading supply chain academia and executive management from the nation’s most powerful and productive companies.

The SCLA Annual Executive Forum is an interactive learning environment designed for those who oversee and manage supply chain, distribution and warehouse operations. Our unique structure enables attendees to learn real-world solutions through specially designed classroom sessions that all have an interactive element as part of the learning experience. Whether you're attending an intensive Super Session, panel discussion or breakout session you will learn practical applications to today's pressing supply chain issues. Additionally, attendees earn continuing education credits and a Certificate of Advanced Education from leading universities. These credits can be applied toward a Specialist Diploma in Distribution Business Management.

Benefits of Attending

  • Choose from power packed intensive Super Sessions, breakout sessions and dynamic keynotes
  • Interact with the Fortune 500 leading supply chain executives and the top supply chain academics.
  • Earn a Certificate of Advanced Education and CEUs from a leading university.
  • Earn credits toward a Specialist Diploma in Distribution Business Management
  • Peer group roundtable discussions allow you to share ideas and solutions while building new industry relationships.
  • Enjoy exclusive networking events, giving you the opportunity to maximize your learning experience, advance your career and build alliances.
  • Learn from university professors, industry leaders and Fortune 1000 supply chain executives.

About DBM

The Distribution Business Management Association (DBMA) provides think tank forums between business and academia that seek solutions to the pressing issues facing today’s and tomorrow’s supply chain and logistics executives.

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