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Shipwire at 3PL Summit and Chief Supply Chain Officer Forum

Shipwire to discuss New Innovative Business Models Challenging the Logistics Norm at 3PL Summit 2015

June 2, 2015

Shipwire is headed to the 13th Annual North American 3PL Summit and Chief Supply Chain Officer Forum hosted by Eye For Transport in Chicago from June 16-18th.

The 3PL Summit is North America’s largest and most high-level gathering of logistics executives and their manufacturer and retailer supply chain counterparts. The conference brings together the leading thinkers and practitioners in logistics and supply chain to debate challenges, discuss trends, and share ideas.

On June 17th, during a series of discussions about E-Commerce, Consumer Delivery, and the New Logistics Economy, Phil Guindi, VP of Product at Shipwire, will join CEOs and GMs from Uber, LoadDelivered, Transfix, and FLEXE on a panel to address New Innovative Business Models Challenging the Logistics Norm. The panel will be moderated by Brett Bissel, COO of CEVA.

Topics of discussion may include the sharing economy and the feasibility of it disrupting traditional logistics, the way that tech-enabled businesses are able to achieve what traditional logistics businesses have been doing, the process behind coming up with each businesses’ model, key challenges businesses face breaking into the industry, and ideas about future of disruption in the logistics industry.

To attend, register here. The New Innovative Business Models Challenging the Logistics Norm (Executive Workshop A) takes place on day two of the summit, June 17th, from 4:45-5:15pm.

Panelist details:
Chris Taylor, GM Chicago, Uber
Robby Nathan, CEO, LoadDelivered
Drew McElroy, CEO, Transfix
Karl Siebrecht, CEO, FLEXE
Phil Guindi, VP Product Management, Shipwire

If you'd like to reserve time to speak with Phil during the conference, please comment with the best way to reach you. For live updates from the 3PL Summit, follow and join the conversation on Twitter.

Lauren Jow

Lauren is responsible for Ingram Micro Commerce's brand experience and creative initiatives in both digital and physical spaces. She's excited by big changes and big challenges.