13. – 18.06.2023.
Welcome to the Virtual Woom Expo “VirtuaLogistics” in the field of Supply Chain!
Expo is designed in cooperation with AI to preserve the environment – choose virtual events!
What to expect?
This event brings together industry leaders, professionals, and companies from around Central & Eastern Europe to showcase the latest products, services, experiences and innovations in the field of supply, transport, logistics and warehousing.
This fully virtual business expo offers a unique opportunity for attendees to explore the latest trends, insights, and technologies in the supply chain industry. Whether you’re a seasoned professional or just starting out, you’ll find valuable information, expert guidance, and actionable advice to help you stay ahead of the curve and achieve your business goals.
Our virtual business expo offers a wide range of features, including informative and interactive talk shows, change experience talks, interactive workshops, engaging panel discussions, case studies and opportunities to network with other attendees and industry experts. This is the first expo which is developed in cooperation with AI.
You’ll have the chance to connect with fellow professionals, share knowledge and experiences, and build valuable relationships that can help you advance your career and grow your business. The expo showcases the latest products and services from leading companies in transport, logistics and warehousing, providing you with a comprehensive overview of the market landscape. You’ll be able to interact with exhibitors and sponsors, view product demos, and learn about the latest innovations in supply chain technology, transportation, logistics, and more.
In addition to the expo, our virtual business expo offers a variety of educational resources to help you learn and grow in your career. You can attend live or on-demand seminars and workshops, participate in interactive Q&A sessions with industry experts, and access a wealth of valuable resources, including white papers, case studies, and research reports. Don’t miss this exciting opportunity to explore the latest trends and innovations in the field of supply chain management. Join us at the WoomExpo “VirtuaLogistics” and take your business or career to the next level!
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What are virtual expos?
Virtual expos, also known as virtual trade shows or online exhibitions, are digital events that simulate the experience of a traditonal in-person expo or trade show but take place entirely online.
Virtual expos typically consist of a virtual platform or website that attendees can access from their computers or mobile devices. This platform can include virtual booths or exhibits where companies can showcase their products or services, as well as webinars, panel discussions, and other presentations. Attendees can interact with exhibitors and speakers through live chat or video conferencing and can access information and resources such as brochures and product catalogues.
Virtual expos offer several advantages over in-person events, such as greater flexibility for attendees to participate from anywhere in the world, reduced costs for exhibitors and attendees, and the ability to easily track and measure engagement and leads. However, they may also lack some of the experiential benefits of in-person events, such as the ability to touch and feel products and network with other attendees in person.
Virtual Logistics Expo topics
- Supply Chain Management is a vast field, and there are several important topics that have gained signiﬁcant atention in recent years. Here are some of the top topics in supply chain management in the world:
- Supply Chain Visibility: In today’s global economy, it is essential for businesses to have complete visibility into their supply chains. This includes tracking inventory, monitoring shipments, and understanding lead times. Improving supply chain visibility can help businesses reduce costs, improve delivery times, and enhance customer satisfaction.
- Sustainability: As concerns about the environment grow, many businesses are focusing on developing more sustainable supply chains. This includes reducing carbon emissions, minimizing waste, and adopting environmentally friendly practices.
- Digitalization: Digitalization is transforming logistics, and many businesses are investing in new technologies to improve efficiency, visibility, and decision-making. This includes adopting cloud-based systems, implementing artificial intelligence and machine learning, and leveraging the internet of things (IoT).
- E-commerce: With the rapid growth of e-commerce, businesses are facing new challenges in logistics, such as managing high volumes of small orders and providing fast and reliable delivery. Many logistics providers are adapting to these changes by developing specialized e-commerce logistics solutions.
- Last-mile delivery: Last-mile delivery refers to the final stage of delivery, from the distribution centre to the customer’s door. This is a critical stage of the supply chain, and businesses are investing in new technologies and strategies to optimize last-mile delivery and enhance customer experience.
- Risk management: Logistics operations are subject to a range of risks, including natural disasters, political instability, and supply chain disruptions. Effective risk management is essential to ensure business continuity and protect against losses.
- Talent management: The logistics industry is facing a shortage of skilled workers, and businesses are investing in talent management strategies to attract and retain employees. This includes developing training programs, offering competitive salaries and benefits, and promoting career advancement opportunities.
- Automation and Robotics: As the demand for faster and more efficient logistics operations grows, many businesses are turning to automation and robotics to streamline their processes. This includes using automated guided vehicles (AGVs), drones, and robots to improve warehouse operations and reduce labour costs.
- Blockchain: Blockchain technology has the potential to transform logistics by enabling secure and transparent tracking of goods throughout the supply chain. By using blockchain, businesses can reduce the risk of fraud and improve traceability, which can lead to more efficient and cost-effective logistics operations.
- Reverse Logistics: Reverse logistics refers to the process of managing the return of goods from the customer to the manufacturer or retailer. This is a complex process that can be costly and time-consuming, but it is also an important part of the supply chain. Improving reverse logistics can help businesses reduce costs and improve customer satisfaction.
- Outsourcing: Many businesses are outsourcing their logistics operations to third-party logistics (3PL) providers to reduce costs and improve efficiency. Outsourcing can help businesses focus on their core competencies while leveraging the expertise and resources of logistics providers.
- Omnichannel Logistics: With the rise of e-commerce and the growth of online marketplaces, businesses are faced with the challenge of managing multiple sales channels. Omnichannel logistics refers to the integration of all sales channels, including brick-and-mortar stores, online marketplaces, and social media, to provide a seamless customer experience.
- Urban Logistics: The growth of e-commerce and urbanization has led to new challenges in logistics, such as managing deliveries in congested urban areas. Urban logistics involves developing specialized logistics solutions to manage deliveries in cities, such as using electric vehicles or bicycles to reduce emissions and congestion.
- Artificial Intelligence (AI): AI has the potential to transform logistics by enabling predictive analytics, optimization, and automation. By leveraging AI, businesses can improve forecasting, optimize routing, and reduce costs.
- Value of weather in the supply chain: The value of weather in the supply chain refers to the impact that weather conditions have on the various stages of the supply chain process. Weather can have a significant effect on transportation, production, inventory management, and demand forecasting, among other aspects of the supply chain. With the increasing frequency and severity of extreme weather events due to climate change, it has become even more critical for supply chain managers to consider the impact of weather on their operations.
Advantages of virtual expos
Virtual expos offer several advantages over in-person events, such as greater flexibility for attendees to participate from anywhere in the world, reduced costs for exhibitors and attendees, and the ability to easily track and measure engagement and leads.
Participating as a visitor at a virtual expo can be useful for several reasons, including:
- Access to a wide range of exhibitors: Virtual expos often bring together exhibitors from all over the world, giving visitors access to a diverse range of products, services, and information.
- Convenience and flexibility: Visitors can attend a virtual fair from anywhere, without the need to travel or incur additional expenses. Additionally, virtual fairs often provide extended access to content,
allowing visitors to attend sessions and view exhibits at their own pace.
- Networking opportunities: Virtual expos offer the ability to connect with exhibitors and other attendees through live chat or video conferencing, allowing visitors to network and establish new
- Educational opportunities: Many virtual expos offer educational sessions, webinars, and workshops that provide valuable insights and information on industry trends and best practices.
- Cost-effective: Virtual expos often have lower costs for both visitors and exhibitors compared to in-person events, making them more accessible for individuals and businesses with limited budgets.
Overall, participating as a visitor at a virtual expo can provide a range of benefits, from access to a diverse range of exhibitors to the ability to attend sessions and network with other attendees
from anywhere in the world.