SOURCE: CSCMP SFRT

CSCMP SFRT

April 01, 2015 11:00 ET

Arvato, CH Robinson, Jones Lang La Salle and RK Group Are Champion Sponsors for CSCMP Innovation Dinner at Levi's Stadium

Ronnie Lott to Set Stage for Operations Leaders of Google, GoPro (3Rivers), Jawbone

SAN FRANCISCO, CA--(Marketwired - Apr 1, 2015) - The CSCMP San Francisco Roundtable today announced four Champion-level Sponsors for its April 28th Innovation Dinner at Levi's Stadium:

CSCMP SFRT president Kate Mosely said, "We are grateful for the generous support of these Champion sponsors to enable our having the innovation event at such an exciting venue. All four have been very active in our Roundtable over the years and are very much a part of our success." 

The organization's third annual Innovation event will be a dinner event taking place in the Tailgate Section of Chef Michael Mina's Bourbon & Steak Restaurant on premises at the famed Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara -- which will host Super Bowl 50 in less than one year. Ronnie Lott will be joined by another 49er Hall of Famer, Adam Walker, for a keynote talk on 'Winning,' prior to the 'Conversation with Innovation Champions' dinner feature. 

All participants will enjoy the keynote address and panel discussion with three Champions of Innovation: Google, GoPro and Jawbone, who will candidly discuss how their companies are leveraging 'big data' to drive innovation and transform the way we live and do business.

For information on sponsorship opportunities or to register, go to www.cscmpsfrt.org

About CSCMP
Serving 9,000+ members worldwide, the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (www.cscmp.org) is a non-profit membership association that helps supply chain managers and executives connect, collaborate and become more effective professionals. One of the most dynamic of its 100+ Roundtables around the globe, the San Francisco CSCMP provides regular educational events, networking opportunities and a scholarship program. For more information, please visit www.cscmpsfrt.org.

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