Wiseman Institute of Applied Learning recently took part as Solution Providers in the Next Generation Supply Chain Summit ANZ held on Tuesday 30 April to Thursday 2 May at the Shangri-La Hotel, The Marina, Cairns.
A number of Vice Presidents, CEOs and top executives from a range of organisations joined the Summit participating in the event as Summit Delegates.
On behalf of Wiseman, Corporate Educators and Business Developers, Nik Payne & Daniel Beattie, attended the event and were given the opportunity to meet a number of Summit Delegates from various industries including:
• Manufacturing & Engineering
• Food & Agriculture
• Transport & Logistics
The Next Generation Supply Chain Summit ANZ is an internationally recognised conference with events running throughout the year across the Asia Pacific region. It is designed for organisations to network, share solution synopsises and initiatives to aid business growth and improve competitiveness on a global scale.
Wiseman Institute Representatives, Nik and Daniel hosted one on one meetings with 14 Summit Delegates where they put forward Wiseman’s learning solutions and discussed how our training programs and consulting could benefit Delegates’ organisational needs.
Over the three days, the NG Summit facilitated a number of activities for the Delegates and Solution Providers including one on one solution provider meetings, access to workshops and dinner gatherings for networking purposes. The event also included a guest speaker who discussed the power of social media and its benefits of strong communication and networks.
From the event, Wiseman has generated over 15 leads where organisations were briefed on our products and services and recognised the impact they could have on their business in a cost effective manner.
In a recent Forbes study, 92% of executives believe face-to-face meetings are crucial for stronger, more meaningful and profitable business relationships. This is the same belief and model held by Wiseman and is the current sales & marketing method used to strengthen our initial interaction with potential customers.
Overall, participating in the Summit was a rewarding experience for both Nik and Daniel.
“It was a great opportunity to be able to offer large scale organisations a valid product that fits in with their business needs,” said Nik Payne.
“These types of events are highly beneficial to businesses as they raise awareness of issues, some of which are not unique to a particular organisation. They also raise awareness of the different solutions available to assist, educate and train in Australian workplaces.”
Wiseman Institute is currently in the process of following up with the Delegates to further discuss training initiatives.
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