Feb. 29 – Tomorrow – Last Day of Early Bird Price for Commodity EDGE Conference

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Tomorrow — Wednesday, Feb. 29 — is the final day for the Early Bird Price that gets you into our groundbreaking commodities conference, Commodity EDGE: Sourcing Intelligence for the New Normal

Why shouldn’t you wait?

Obviously, the chance to get price savings is the most pressing reason — and, in case you haven’t heard, savings in sourcing and spend management is what we’re all about at MetalMiner and Spend Matters.

But another reason not to wait is the caliber of expert speakers we’ve been adding to our killer agenda. Whether you source any type of commodity, or your position requires you to be savvy in logistics, transportation or packaging, for example, these highly experienced men and women will certainly provide invaluable intelligence for your niche.

We’ve recently confirmed Nick Peksa, the Business Development Director at Mintec, Ltd. Nick works almost exclusively with the purchasing and commercial departments of multi-national food groups and retailers. Just how well-versed is Nick? Nick knows industrial materials, chemicals, dairy, energy, feed/meal, fish, fruit/vegetables, cereals, groceries, ingredients, meat, metals, oils/fat, plastics, pulp/paper, textiles, transport, and timber.

Do you deal with rare earth metals or conflict minerals? Our agenda boasts Gareth Hatch of Technology Metals Research, widely regarded as one of the world’s foremost experts on rare earths, and Michel Zadoroznyj of Triple Point Technology, an expert analyst on the Dodd-Frank legislation.

And what’s the best way to handle commodity volatility and procurement challenges? Let our experts on advanced commodity sourcing strategies and technologies —

— fill you in on the latest and greatest.

We guarantee you’ll walk away with tools and strategies to combat the volatile commodity markets that you didn’t even know existed.

We look forward to seeing you on March 19 and 20!

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