Pharmaceutical Special Interest Group: COVID-19 | 1 CPD

  • 9 Sep 2020
  • 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM


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Join our experts:

  • Dan Gill, Group Chief Customer Officer, Ligentia Group based in the United Kingdom, who will provide technical platform factors leading to the Ligentia's success. 
  • Dean Neville, Managing Director, Ligentia Australasia, who will recount a game changing trend happening to the pharmaceutical industry brought about by the COVID-19 situation.
Together, they'll address:

  1. What has COVID-19 proved to businesses? That technology is key to optimising supply chains and being able to use real-time data to forecast future trends is a pre-requisite to maintain a competitive edge
  2. Imperative to improve product visibility for pharmaceuticals - why is it important and how can it be improved?
  3. The role of technology and the ease of implementation with the right partner/system.
Dan joined Ligentia in 2015 as UK Managing Director and now oversees Group Sales and Marketing and Enterprise. Prior, he spent 12 years at DHL and four years at Allport Cargo Services.

Dean has 30 years experience in freight forwarding and supply chain management he has a broad knowledge in import and domestic supply chain on both client and service provider sides in Asia, Europe and the US with a range of clients from FMCG to heavy industry. Now awarded a MBA as well as Six Sigma recognition, Dean's skills include forecasting, demand planning, warehouse & distribution and logistics optimisation. 

This webinar is hosted by ASCI Queensland Chapter President, James Scotland.

Attendees will be awarded 1 Continuous Professional Development point.

There are two registration steps:

  1. Website registration to redeem your Continuous Professional Development point, and
  2.  Click the link below to register to the Webinar (where you are advised to save the event to your diary)


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