Procurement & Supply Chain LIVE London: How to get there

Procurement & Supply Chain LIVE London takes place for two days from tomorrow (12 October) at London's Queen Elizabeth II Centre, in the heart of Westminster.
Procurement & Supply Chain LIVE London takes place for two days from tomorrow (12 October) at London's Queen Elizabeth II Centre, in the heart of Westminster.
Procurement & Supply Chain LIVE London opens tomorrow (October 12). Here's how to travel on foot, by bike, Tube & rail, plus disabled parking details

BizClik's latest sector-leading event -- Procurement & Supply Chain LIVE London -- opens tomorrow (October 12) at at London's Queen Elizabeth II Centre.

Some of the industry's biggest names will be sharing insight and advice in must-see keynotes. All tickets to the event are FREE, whether you attend in person or virtually.

The event takes place from 12-13 October. Those attending in person will be able to network with an audience of top-line supply chain and procurement influencers. All keynotes and discussions will also be available as a live stream to a remote audience.

To attend, register here. Once you have registered we will send you login instructions to easy-to-use virtual platform, Brella. You can use this to craft a personalised itinerary of keynotes and -- for those attending in person -- also pre-arrange networking opportunities during the many networking breaks across the two days.  

LIVE London is brought to you by Supply Chain Digital and Procurement Magazine. In a new approach, the event comprises two zones: Supply Chain LIVE and Procurement LIVE, for a single Expo-style experience. 

All tickets are FREE

Situated in the heart of Westminster, the QEII Centre sits in the shadow of Big Ben, Westminster Abbey and the London Eye, and is a five-minute walk to the Thames, and surrounded by excellent transport links in and out of the capital. Transport options and directions to the QEII Centre can be found below. We look forward to seeing you there.

Travelling to the Queen Elizabeth II Centre

The QEII Centre Broad Sanctuary
Westminster
London
SW1P 3EE

Underground

  • St. James’s Park (Circle Line): 4 mins walk
  • Westminster (Circle, District & Jubilee lines): 5 mins walk
  • Victoria Station (Circle, District & Victoria lines): 14 mins walk

Overground 

  • Charing Cross: 12 mins walk
  • Victoria: 14 mins walk

  • Waterloo: 18 mins walk

Bike
The Santander cycle scheme provides access to 12,000 bikes and 800 docking stations across London. There are several docking stations close to the QEII Centre, including at the adjacent Storey’s Gate, and Abbey Orchard Street, a five minute-walk away. Click here for more information about how to hire bikes 

Disabled parking
Blue badge holders are permitted to park on the QEII Centre forecourt free of charge. Parking is subject to availability, so please call ahead on (+44) 20 7798 4000. Disabled passengers arriving by taxi can disembark on the forecourt.

The nearest alternative Blue Badge disabled parking bay can be found on Matthew Parker Street. A little further away, there are bays on Tothill Street and Old Queen Street. Please see Westminster Council’s website for further information on disabled parking bays.

Procurement & Supply Chain LIVE London takes place from 12-13 October at London's Queen Elizabeth II Centre.

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