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Agenda (Programme)

 

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DAY 1 (PRE EVENTS, Optional): 

10 November 2014 ECR Baltic Forum pre-events: 

09:50

Retail - Manufacturer tour
Start from Baltic Beach Hotel, Jūras iela 23/25, Jūrmala. Latvia
Gathering in front of hotel entrance at 9:50, leaving at 10:00
Route on Google Maps: https://goo.gl/maps/gjeOw

10:45

Retail visit at Maxima chilled food distribution centre in Olaine (guide in Russian, English summary/translation by ECR Baltic staff). 

12:00

Lunch break at LIDO, Krasta iela

13:30

Manufacturer visit: Lavijas Balzāms, A.Čaka 160, LV-1012, Rīga, Latvija

15:30

Return to Baltic Beach Hotel, Jūrmala

 


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19:30

Ice breaking event with ECR Baltic Board, Speakers and Sponsors at Caviar Club, Baltic Beach Hotel, Jūras iela 23/25, Jūrmala.

Dress code: smart business

 

DAY 2 (THE MAIN FORUM DAY):

11 November 2014 ECR Baltic Forum

09:00

Registration

10:30

Welcome message by forum moderator and keynote Mr. Daniels Pavluts, an international economic development consultant, former Minister of Economics of Latvia.

10:40

Opening by Saulius Bitinas, Coca Cola and ECR Baltic Board

10:50

Power of collaboration by key note Kevin Hawkins (35 years’ experience in training P&G sales teams)

11:20

Best Practice in Implementing VMI - a recommendation by ECR Europe, Hele Hammer and Sven Uustalu, Taliinn University of Technology

11:50

The Future of Retail Packaging 2016 and beyond – boosting retailer and brands sales with innovative packaging, Tomasz  Żebrowski, Vice President Corrugated  Central Europe and Aija Zemribo, Supply Chain manager, Corrugated  Central Europe,  Stora Enso

12:10

Food trends by Chef Karlis Robert Celms

12:30

Lunch break and networking [12:30 – 13:45]


Breakout sessions:

 

Technology, Multi-channel and Supply Chain stream

Demand Management (shopper) and Sustainability stream

13:45

Personalisation in the heart of online grocery services by Kalle Koutajoki, CEO and co-founder, Digital Foodie Ltd.

Research online, purchase offline - how consumer will get their share in Big Data by Zulfukar Tosun, Retail Baltic

14:05

Efficient and Reliable Consumer Information by Nuno Azevedo, GS1 Portugal

Profitable pricing strategy and effective promotions - mission possible!

by Daiva Buckonyte, Nielsen

14:25

Logibar.net - Supply Chains Simple Benchmarking - first results & learnings, Mateusz Boruta, ECR Poland

Collaborative FMCG & Retail Education in Category Management, Maximillian Musselius, ECR Russia

14:45

Speed Docking: a joint compass for retailers and manufacturers towards a more efficient, responsive and sustainable value chain by Lisa Van den Bossche, Managing Director, ECR Belgium & Luxembourg and Tom Tillemans, Head of Logistics Excellence, H.J. Heinz Supply Chain Europe

The evolving nature of retail service quality (both retail to consumer, as well as supplier to retailer) in the Baltic states?

by Brent McKenzie, MBA, PhD University of Guelph, Canada via Skype

15:10

Win-win packaging solution for retail logistics. Pooling Ukraine by Roman Kalenjuk, Schoeller Alibert

Voluntary European B2B Fair trade code: www.supplychaininitiative.eu , what it is for Baltic food chain companies?

by Christel Delberghe | EuroCommerce, Director of Policy, competitiveness and food via Skype from Brussels.

15:30

Smart Things - how RFID makes plastic crates smart at Selver by Janek Balonski, Logistics IT Partner

Industry initiatives addressing youth unemployment (ECR Feeding Europe’s Future and Nestlé European Youth Employment Journey) by Ariana Rastauskaite

Corporate Affairs Manager, Nestlé Baltics and Edgars Pentjuss, ECR Baltic

15:45

Coffee break [15:45 – 16:30]


Closing plenary

16:30

Sustainability in Action: A Broad Look at Sustainable Development in Business.

Jonathan T. Scott, Founder and Director of the Center for Industrial Productivity and Sustainability

17:00

Differences between standalone and coalition loyalty programs around the world a case study of a new coalition loyalty model with Finish grocery chain by Gabi Kool, CEO Coalition Rewards, Latvia

17:20

Best practices and recommendations for retailers and shopper marketeers to meet unexpected and irrational behaviour of shoppers by Constant Berkhout, owner & founder of Rijnbrug Advies

17:45

"The Baltic economies: A challenging 2015 ahead" by Morten Hansen, Stockholm School of Economics, Riga

18:05

Closure and summary of the forum

18:15

Reception at Marketplace [18:15 – 20:00]

 

Register before: Friday, 7th of November 2014.
Please check latest
Agenda (download print version) and confirmed Speakers list!

Book your place now at ECR Baltic Forum

 

 

DAY 3 (SPECIAL CRM MASTER-CLASS, Optional):

12 November 2014


extend your stay with Collaborative Relationship Management Master-Class with Kevin Hawkins.

The course is designed for teams who interact with one or more major customers in their business. Ideally these teams will be “multi-functional” if the business is conducted by more than Buyers and Sellers.

Collaborative Relationship Management Outline Agenda (in English)

9:00    
10:00  
11:00  
12:00  
13:00 
14:00  
15:00 
16:00  
17:00

Welcome Coffee, Introduction
Collaboration Challenge, Break
Experiences of Collaboration, How Teamwork evolves
Collaboration Model
Lunch

Collaboration Model
Break
How to improve "Virtual Collaboration", Summary and Action Plan
Close

*Participants prior to the master class are invited to fill in the ECR Project Team Assessment Questionnaire!

Why I should attend Collaborative Relationship Management Master-Class?

• Understanding your “Personal Collaborating Effectiveness” – your strengths and opportunities
• Increase your business success rate.
• Improve your professional relationships - groups outperform individuals on complex tasks and individuals then do better on later individual’s assignments as well.
• Get greater satisfaction working with others.
• Enhance your reputation in the organization.

About facilitator: Kevin Hawkins  has more than 35 years professional experience in leading the development and deployment of Sales Capability programs for more than 10,000 employees of Procter & Gamble and its business partners in Central and Eastern Europe, Middle East and Africa (CEEMEA).

He has a background in the Sales function and is highly qualified to train Selling and Negotiation skills. Kevin also has wide experience of and is an authoritative and dynamic speaker on a range of Commercial skills. These include Leadership, Teamwork, Coaching, Motivation, Execution and Formal Presentation skills.

 

Register online before 7th of November, here!

Book your place now at ECR Baltic Forum

 

Note: Agenda is subject to changes!
Learn more: www.ecr-baltic.org | +37126546645 | mailto:[email protected]

About | Agenda (print version) | Speakers | Participants | Call for presentations | Book Hotel | Sponsors | Investment opportunities | Fees, Terms & Conditions | Register Online | Registration Word | PDF form | Extra event: Collaborative Relationship Management (CRM) Master Class

 

ECR Baltic Forum 2014 supported by

Stora Enso

 GS1 Latvija  GS1 Lithuania   SA  EPAL  Chep
     Telema    


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