7 Must-Follow Twitter Accounts for the Supply Chain Professional in 2017
Turn to these 7 Twitter accounts for news, insights, and thought leadership in the supply chain space.
Twitter is a platform for socializing, entertainment, breaking news, lead prospecting, and much more. But Twitter is only as useful as the people you follow. So how do you choose between the 317 million monthly active users?
We compiled our list of the must-follow Twitter accounts for the supply chain professional in 2017. These users and companies have a lot to offer in terms of news, insights, and thought leadership. They also are active posters, meaning you’ll see frequent content from them, and are listed in no particular order.
Are you following these 7 Twitter accounts for supply chain thought leadership?
Tania Seary was recently named “Influencer of the Year” by Supply Chain Dive and is an active poster on all things relating to supply chain logistics, with a particular commitment to procurement development. Based in London, Seary is the founder of Procurious, The Faculty, and The Source Australia.
Lora Cecere is the founder of Supply Chain Insights, an industry research group. A prolific writer, Cecere focuses on the changing face of enterprise technologies. Her current research interests include the digital consumer, supply chain sensing, demand shaping and revenue management, market-driven value networks, accelerating innovation through open design networks, the evolution of predictive analytics, emerging business intelligence solutions, and technologies to improve safe and secure product delivery.
Steve Banker is a veteran supply chain analyst who writes for Logistics Viewpoint and Forbes. Based outside of Boston, Banker heads up the Supply Chain & Logistics consulting team at ARC Advisory Firm. His technology focus areas include transportation management, managed transportation services, warehouse management, and supply chain planning.
Procurious is a business network and resource for progressive procurement professionals founded by Tania Seary. Content ranges from networking and career advice to thought leadership pieces and industry news.
Logistics Management offers editorial content aimed at executives, managers, and other professionals in the logistics and supply chain industries. It recently hosted virtual conference on streamlining logistics and supply chain operations.
Supply Chain Dive is a DC-based news aggregate that offers daily coverage of shipping / logistics / tracking, inventory management, storage / warehousing, freight & fulfillment.
Logistics News is an independent, global source for news related to transport, shipping, trucking, or logistics.
Are you following us? @fronetics distributes original content and curates interesting, informative, and relevant content from other supply chain publishers across the Twittersphere and beyond.
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