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BULLETIN 08

 
The Covid-19 pandemic continues to challenge us in different ways in different countries. We have learnt that an important response is to adapt, listen and learn. In this issue we continue to share experiences from members around the world as we respond and adapt to the new paradigm.

As an Institute we have had to make changes to the way we operate. Nowhere has this been more necessary than with our events where typically members have enjoyed gathering together face to face. Last week international delegates joined the 7th China International Logistics Development Conference remotely using a live conference feed. Although only 500 Chinese delegates were able to meet in person, over 1,000 more joined in the live feed and could be seen on camera alongside our international members. Yes, it was different from having 15,000 delegates together the year before but it worked smoothly and well. Do look at the photos and content on our YouTube and Flickr accounts.

To ensure we keep up our global connectivity we have set up a series of regional meetings so we can work together across CILT regions and speak to all our 36 countries, and other potential new branches, sharing ideas and information and supporting each other as we meet the needs of the new environment.

We are continuing our series of Best Practice Bulletins and Webinars through into the first half of 2021. In fact, in CILT we are talking and sharing as never before! 

Let us continue to adapt, and to collaborate,and lead our profession nationally and globally, wherever we are.

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Keith Newton
International Secretary General

 

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