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LOGNET - The Future Defence Logistics Customer
Defence Logistics is changing.
Innovation is at the heart of this transformation, which is why we want to connect with both Strategic Partners and small and medium enterprises (SMEs) to find the solutions which will keep UK defence at the cutting edge. The MOD is inviting you to be part of this transformation and the strategic development of the Defence Support Network.
To drive this innovative collaboration LOGNET is hosting a series of networking events which will bring together national, international, private and public partners. Our aim at LOGNET 16-2 is to be an intelligent customer: a customer which works with new and established businesses to find a common language for defence logistics in the drive for innovation.
Throughout the LOGNET series of events there will be opportunities for innovative businesses to showcase their capabilities. LOGNET 16-2 will be attended by senior officials keen to discuss the current and future needs of Defence Logistics in order to stimulate a transformational response from new and established Defence service providers.
LOGNET 16-2 will be held at Park Inn Heathrow on 16th and 17th November 2016. The event will provide access to organisations ranging from the Ministry of Defence to major logistics and technology firms. We think you have a key role to play in our discussions, and we want to hear your ideas and best practice.
Attendance and lunch is free. Please apply here
LOGNET is part of the Ministry of Defence’s wider Innovation Initiative
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