Sure, it’s a great idea… but how to convince the bean counters? It’s time to bring out the big guns!
You may have come up with a great idea that will significantly increase productivity or you need additional resources to meet new customer expectations. Whatever the challenge, if you are competing for limited resources in a commercially-focused business environment, you need a powerful business case for change. Where do you start?
Commercial Acumen and Financial Literacy are the big guns when it comes to knowing which commercial levers you need to push, and what financial terminology you need to understand and use to be heard.
Join NAWO at CHEP Australia for a Quick Bite event, where their astute and financially savvy speakers: Andrea Davis – Director Retail, Roheen Ali – Financial Controller, Louise Hendry – Director Commercial Services and Ljiljana Celic – Director Process Engineering APAC, will share their experiences and different perspectives. Learn how to:
The presentation will be followed by an interactive case study where you will perform your own analysis of a business case and decide if it passes the test! Don’t miss this opportunity to develop your Commercial Acumen and Financial Literacy in a friendly and supportive environment.
This event is for the early birds as we are trialling a 7.30am breakfast start with an 8.00am kick-off. Car pool or catch the train – discounted parking is also available. Limited places so book in early.
Smart casual or office attire is required.
Learning theme: Commercial Acumen
Date: Friday 31st March, 2017
Time: 7:30 – 10:00 am (including a light breakfast)
Host: CHEP Australia
Venue: Level 6, Building C, 11 Talavera Road, Macquarie Park NSW 2113
RSVP: 29 March, 2017
Cost: Free Gold/Silver members
$ 35.00 Bronze/Individual members
$55.00 Non members
Ljiljana Celic Director Process Engineering APAC, CHEP Australia
Car pooling is recommended as parking is very limited.
The venue is located 550m from Macquarie Park station. Visitors are advised to turn right after passing through the opal turnstiles, when exiting the station. Take the escalators to the top and turn left onto Lane Cove Rd. Walking Map
A flat rate parking fee of $15 has been negotiated at the Courtyard Marriott North Ryde. To be eligible for parking, you will need to pre-register when booking.
On arrival at the hotel car park boom gate, state you are attending the CHEP NAWO meeting. You will be issued a ticket and directed to park at the back of the hotel. Walk up to Building C. On departure, you will need to pay at the Hotel Reception Desk and have the ticket validated. The hotel is located within the same business park and the address is Courtyard Marriott hotel, 11 Talavera Rd Macquarie Park NSW 2113.
CHEP offers a wide range of logistics and operational platforms and support services that are designed to increase performance and lower risk while improving environmental sustainability. CHEP’s 12,500 employees and approximately 300 million pallets and containers deliver comprehensive coverage and exceptional value, supporting more than 500,000 customer touch-points for global brands such as Procter & Gamble, Sysco, Kellogg’s and Nestlé.
CHEP is part of the Brambles Group, the operator of a portfolio of businesses that also provides Reusable Plastic Containers (RPCs) for the fresh food supply chain globally and specialist container solutions to the automotive, aerospace and oil and gas sectors. For more information on CHEP, visit www.chep.com. For information on the Brambles Group, visit www.brambles.com.
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