Supply Chain Digital needs you!

By Freddie Pierce
Here at Supply Chain Digital, we're always looking for the best quality content from the most knowledgeable people in the industry - you! We know o...

Here at Supply Chain Digital, we're always looking for the best quality content from the most knowledgeable people in the industry - you!

We know our readers comprise of some of the best experts in the Supply Chain industry, and that you have a huge amount to share with each other, so as part of a new focus within the magazine, we are looking for contributions from our readers.

Whether you're oustanding at outsourcing, proficient at procurement or a wonderful warehouser, we want to hear about your story, and how you could help others in the industry.

We are looking for timely, interesting content for both the website and the magazine, whether you write blogs, news or features. Stories can range from 200 words to 1,100 words, and we will look into all topics, whether it is an innovative new product or a great green idea, we want to hear about it.

We can help you to write articles based on your own experience, whether or not you are a professional writer, so if you have an article idea, don't hesitate to contact us! Our magazine topics are Logistics, Outsourcing, Procurement and Warehousing, or check out our Industry Sectors on the front page of the news website if you feel you could contribute to these.

If you are interested in contributing, don't hesitate to contact Ella Copeland on [email protected] or +441603 217545 (British business hours)

I look forward to hearing from you!

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