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Gladis Araujo, global supply chain strategy VP at Mattel, has joined the programme of the inaugural DeliveryX World conference, to be held on 12 October 2023 in Bishopgate, London.

Araujo, who has over 25 years’ experience in the field of quality and supply chain across four continents, is one of the latest speakers to be added to the packed schedule. The conference will also see Lego, Asda and Just Eat take to the stage.

A full list of speakers can be seen here, with registration now open.


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As well as the two-track conference programme, which will cover the move to sustainable delivery, supply chain resilience and data-driven approaches to retail, there will be networking opportunities on the exhibition floor.

Solution partners, including Amazon Shipping, Avalara, Locus Robotics, Parcelhub and Ryde, will provide insights on how they can support businesses.

The event will also see the launch of the brand new DeliveryX Europe Top1000 report. This detailed look at top 1000 retailers in Europe will focus on how they optimise their supply chain, logistics and delivery experiences. It will also cover how some are working to minimise returns, while others are offering recommerce options.

This ranking report will be presented in a session giving a preview of the detailed charts and analysis completed by the RetailX team. It will also showcase the exclusive case studies and an in-depth retailer interview.

Registration for DeliveryX World is open now, for more information and to book click here.

DeliveryX World follows the second ChannelX World, which will bring together marketplace experts from retailers, D2C brands and merchants. The marketplace event features a 3-track programme with keynotes, case studies and panel discussions from the likes of eBay, Auto Trader, John Lewis, Sephora and Unilever.