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Supply Chain Graphic of the Week: Which Companies Participated in CSCMP 2018 and Past Three Years


We Chart which Companies Contributed in 2018 and Combined 2016 through 2018

 

Oct. 25, 2018

Last week, as we do every year, we presented our analysis of which companies participated in presentations or panel discussions in the recent CSCMP Edge conference in Nashville.

 

Separately, we did the same thing over a three year horizon, from 2016 through 2018.

 

This week, we publish the two graphics together

 

First, the 2018 list. We will also note the list below does not include vendors such as 3PLs or technology companies, nor academics or consultants, as these types of speakers receive a benefit from participation and are generally happy to be asked to participate.

That said, below is the list of companies participating in CSMP 2018, sorted from most sessions to those that were involved in just one presentation or panel. We counted the keynote supply chain executive discussion as a presentation too.

 

Source: SCDigest Analysis

 

As can be seen, Johnson & Johnson led the way with three presentations and one panel participation. Intel had three presentations - most of which with no other vendor or consultant involved, a true rarity.

 

But there's more – we track company participation over time too. As shown in the graphic below, over the last three conferences, Intel leads the way, with seven presentations and one panel for a total of eight. J&J and Coco-Cola are next with seven total participations over three years, and Mondelez, Walmart, and Nike are next with five each.

 

Here, we only show those companies with at least two participations.

 


We CSCMP conference attendees owe these companies a debt of thanks for making the conference possible.

 

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