We’re pleased to announce that Louisa Hosegood, Digital and Strategy Director, has been added to the line-up of speakers at the HSS Tomorrow’s Warehouse Conference, taking place on 30th November 2021. Louisa will be hosting a session focussed on ‘Making the most of warehouse space’. Read on to find out more…
About The Event…
Location: Ricoh Arena, Coventry
Date: 30th November 2021
At this one-day, free to attend event, speakers will be dissecting the operational challenges in warehousing and logistics at a time of unprecedented transformation.
Launched to tackle the concerns of end users and logistics professionals as they face the future in an exciting, dynamic and fast-changing industry, the conference will feature topics such as restricted warehouse space, a need to boost picking operations, and a shallower pool of labour, to name just a few.
eCommerce Managers are facing a myriad of challenges and pressure for change, but change doesn’t always mean re-inventing the wheel. The event pulls together experts to share experience, best practice and give attendees takeaways that have practical, tangible benefits.
Louisa Hosegood provides expertise on: ‘Making the Most of Warehouse Space’
One of the biggest challenges the industry is facing is the lack of vacant warehouse space. Louisa will discuss strategies and tactics for Warehouse Managers to cope in this increasingly difficult landscape. From a practical viewpoint she will outline some key considerations in relation to your warehouse space, operations and plans.
Joining the conversation is Kevin Mofid, Head of Industrial Research, Savills who will discuss warehouse property market trends, examining where new supply is coming through, the impact on rental levels and lease length, along with how technological and ESG innovation is affecting occupier decisions.
Don’t miss Louisa’s session at 2.00pm
More on Louisa Hosegood...
Louisa Hosegood FCMA is Digital and Strategy Director at Bis Henderson Consulting.
Previously with John Lewis, Marks & Spencer and Tesco, Louisa has extensive experience in shaping supply chain strategy, influencing transformation, driving insight, and brings a pragmatism to risk management in fast paced, demanding retail environments.
Over her 10 years with John Lewis, she played a pivotal role in transforming the omni-channel supply chain.
Her time with Marks and Spencer presented similar challenges, her role dedicated to balancing eCommerce and shops in the Clothing & Home logistics network.
Now at Bis Henderson, Louisa is passionate about developing supply chains that are fit for the future – commercially sustainable, aligned with business strategy with an integrated, end-to-end approach.
If you would like to catch up before the event, contact Louisa on: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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