On December 15, 2020, Supply Chain Now announces an expanded program portfolio to include Procurement. Dial P for Procurement, anchored by procurement expert Kelly Barner, will explore the business value of spend management with the power of supply chain. READ FULL PRESS RELEASE HERE.
Scott Luton and Greg White were both featured on a recent episode of the Consulting Logistics podcast with Kyle McNaught. They discussed the role that content and content producers play in the supply chain.
Scott Luton was featured in two episodes of Rethinking Supply Chain, hosted by Venzee CEO, John Abrams: Understanding Logistics: A Discussion with Scott Luton, Founder & CEO of Supply Chain Now. John got connected with Scott after listening to one of our podcast episodes that dove into the physical and automated aspects of supply chain.
On October 28, 2020, Supply Chain Now announces an expanded program portfolio to focus on innovation. Digital Transformers and TEKTOK Digital Supply Chain podcasts, anchored by industry experts Kevin L. Jackson and Karin Bursa, help amplify thought-leading insights and accelerate business transformation to the Supply Chain Now community and audience. READ FULL PRESS RELEASE HERE.
Greg White was interviewed by Kim Winter for Logistics Executive Group on October 26th for their Business Insights Series: “Acknowledging Supply Chain Reality, but Refusing to be Bound by it.” WATCH INTERVIEW HERE.
Scott Luton was interviewed by Kim Winter for Logistics Executive Groupo on October 6th for their Business Insights Series: “Industry Insights from the Legend Behind Supply Chain Now.” WATCH INTERVIEW HERE.
Supply Chain Now Founder & CEO Scott Luton was featured in the USA Today article “Coronavirus and shopping for supplies: Getting to the bottom of the toilet paper shortage” on April 8th. VIEW ARTICLE HERE.
Supply Chain Now Principle & Host Greg White was featured in the AJC article “Surge of shoppers at grocery stores eases” on March 18th, explaining the ease on the food shortages due to the Cornoavirus panic. VIEW ARTICLE HERE.
Supply Chain Now Founder & CEO Scott Luton was featured in the CNN Business article, “Toilet paper makers: What we are dealing with here is uncharted,'” speaking to toilet paper suppliers distribution and supply chains. VIEW ARTICLE HERE.
On March 13th, our Principle & Host Greg White was featured in the AJC article “Some store shelves quickly empty but experts say it’s short term” in regards to the rush on household staples preparing for the Coronavirus. VIEW ARTICLE HERE.
Our Founder & CEO Scott Luton was featured on the March 13th episode of Freightwaves’ podcast, “What the Truck?!?” Grocery Store Supply Chain Shocked, as he talks about the changing tone among supply chain professionals in the Coronavirus crisis. WATCH AND LISTEN HERE.
On March 12th, Scott Luton was featured in the TechRepublic article, “Nearly 200 cybersecurity incidents impacted supply chain entities in 2019,” listing cyberthreats as one of the biggest issues facing global supply chains in 2020. VIEW ARTICLE HERE.
Scott Luton is featured in the Industrial Sage article, “Bringing Sexy Back – How Can a Supply Chain Podcast Have Thousands of Listeners?” about Supply Chain Now’s burgeoning audience. VIEW ARTICLE HERE.
Supply Chain Now announced today that they will serve as the live streaming media partner for U.S. Bank, increasing exposure and engagement with the bank’s Freight Payment Index’s quarterly releases in 2020, starting with the release of the Q4 2019 report on January 22nd at 12 noon ET. VIEW FULL PRESS RELEASE HERE.
Supply Chain Now, ranked by Feedspot as number 1 of their Top 10 Supply Chain Management Podcasts You Must Follow in 2020, announced a new strategic initiative that will bring additional insight to their coverage of the best in all things supply chain. In January 2020, the streaming media company kicked-off Supply Chain Today & Tomorrow, a monthly discussion with Gartner Vice President of Research Mike Griswold. VIEW FULL PRESS RELEASE HERE.
Scott Luton is featured in the Wall Street Journal article, “Paying More to Save More: Companies Boosting Salaries for Supply Chain Executives,” speaking to the emphasis placed on finding supply chain talent. VIEW ARTICLE HERE.