Agenda

  • Registration and coffee
  • Welcome and intro speech
    Intro provided in Polish with simultaneous translation to English.
    • Szymon Knychalski
      Editor in Chief, CEO
      Trans.INFO
  • The role of the 3pl in digital supply chain transformation
    Easy access to the high-end technologies that impact consumer behaviours, growing importance of e-commerce and changes in software are just a few trends to mention that are inevitably leading towards digital transformation of supply chains. The presentation investigates how 3PL answers the changing business environment and brings value to its partners by providing global technology solutions and combining them with a full suite of complementary services and on-the-ground relationships.

    Presentation provided in English with simultaneous translation to Polish.
    • Arkadiusz Glinka
      General Manager
      C.H. Robinson
  • Why European road freight needs a digital solution?
    The 350-bn € European road freight market is huge in size but also vastly fragmented. Today, end-2-end digital processes, consistent data and data exchange, as well as transparency along the supply chain are rare. Digitization offers a lot of potential for bringing change to this market. Philipp Ortwein, Co-Founder and Managing Director of InstaFreight, will explain how a digital freight platform works and why digital solutions are a ‘must’ in today’s logistics already.

    Presentation provided in English with simultaneous translation to Polish.
    • Maximilian Schaefer
      Co-Founder and Managing Director
      InstaFreight
  • Big data = big challenge. How to make quick business decisions based on your data
    In the age of logistics 4.0, everyone wants to "have big data". Meanwhile, the data should not be "big" but rather "actionable" - simplifying the image so that you can make the right decisions. Get to know a simple solution that will turn your scattered data into specific knowledge about your business, letting you compare it to the market environment.

    Presentation provided in Polish with simultaneous translation to English.
    • Szymon Knychalski
      Editor in Chief, CEO
      Trans.INFO
  • How to avoid selling on price?
    Selling products and services should not be dominated by price discussions. Benefits and value are more important. Focus on skills and passion to
    make the customer want to buy from you, pricing becomes irrelevant!

    Presentation provided in English with simultaneous translation to Polish.
    • Pieter Kinds
      CEO
      TenderTool
  • Will small, digital forwarders dominate the market at the expense of current giants?
    Debate participants:
    Arkadiusz Glinka, General Manager C.H. Robinson
    Maximilian Schaefer, Co-Founder and Managing Director InstaFreight
    Ferenc Lajko, ex-CEO Waberer's

    Moderation: Karol Suliński, CEO FREIGHGROUP.co
    Debate provided in English with simultaneous translation to Polish.
    • Karol Suliński
      CEO
      FREIGHTGROUP.co
    • Arkadiusz Glinka
      General Manager
      C.H. Robinson
    • Maximilian Schaefer
      Co-Founder and Managing Director
      InstaFreight
    • Ferenc Lajko
      ex-CEO
      Waberer's
  • Coffee break
    Grab a nice cup of coffee in the foyer and switch to networking now. Do mind the ID badges people have - they all have hints who they are and what they do.
    • 30 minutes break
      for your best networking experience
  • Building a Digitally Connected Network
    To grasp the opportunity in road freight logistics, one must appreciate that the world runs on trucks. Yet, the industry is facing deeply rooted challenges for which there is no silver bullet. In this keynote, Daniel Buczkowski will share insights into what it means to run technology-led 3PL operations and how a digitally connected network of Shippers and Carriers can advance the industry forward.
    • Daniel Buczkowski
      Head of Expansion, Europe
      Uber Freight
  • How to create new business model through the era of digital logistics?
    Synchronized production, shorter sales cycles, higher customer expectations in terms of delivery time and availability - to name just a few - set high demands for today’s logistics. Marc Papenhoff, Director Business Development of InstaFreight, will show how InstaFreight leverages technology to meet those growing requirements and applies new business models.

    Presentation provided in English with simultaneous translation to Polish.
    • Marc Papenhoff
      Director of Business Development
      InstaFreight
  • Digital forwarding is not enough - about sharing economy in logistics
    What are the "separated islands of data" and how to connect them. What are the advantages of TMS 4.0? How to cooperate with competitors to optimize cargo spaces? What is the potential of your network: how to smartly match demand and supply in real-time to allow you to maximize capacity of your logistics network?

    Presentation provided in Polish with simultaneous translation to English.
    • Bogdan Kosturek
      CTO
      Trans.eu Group
  • Augmented Intelligence for Logistics Planning: Behind the Scenes
    Artificial Intelligence is already a widespread term in logistics. However, when dealing with logistics planning, there might a better approach - Augmented Intelligence. In this presentation, you will learn how by combining human intelligence with AI, companies can enhance logistics planning capabilities, reduce operating expenses, save time, and eliminate manual errors.
    • Asparuh Koev
      CEO and Co-Founder
      Transmetrics
  • Lunch
    The lunch is served in the hotels restaurant. Take a comfortable seat and have almost an hour of pure relax in amazing sceneries of the Vienna House Hotel Andels interiors.
    • 50 minutes break
      for charging your inner powers!
  • intro to start-up pitch
    Intro provided in Polish with simultaneous translation to English.
    • Szymon Knychalski
      Editor in Chief, CEO
      Trans.INFO
  • Start-up pitch 1: Seven Senders
    Seven Senders connects shippers to premium carriers around the world and allows real-time delivery monitoring, and automatizes customised customer communication.
    • Thomas Garnesson
      Managing Director
      SevenSenders
  • Start-up pitch 2: ProperGate
    Every day, dozens of hundreds of trucks transporting concrete, steel, formwork, different materials and devices, collecting waste and returning borrowed elements come to large office buildings construction sites. ProperGate makes this logistics process and structurized. ➡️ for even more info please visit the "startup" section ➡️
    • Anna Walkowska
      CTO & Co-Founder
      ProperGate
  • Start-up pitch 3: TNX LOGISTICS
    Road transport is a major cost for most shippers, and defines the viability of a logistics provider. Yet the procurement process, both strategic and tactical, is mostly running on gut instinct masquerading as expertise. How the AI provided by TNX Logistics can shape the future? ➡️ for even more info please visit the "startup" section ➡️
    • Alex Hoffmann
      Managing Director
      TNX Logistics
  • Start-up pitch 4: GoodLoading
    Goodloading is a visualization of the process of placing the load on the selected loading space. The application algorithm calculates the free load space, suggests the optimization of the load arrangement and indicates the amount of free space through the LDM calculation. Want to see how they easy the truck space loading process? ➡️ for even more info please visit the "startup" section ➡️
    • Bogumił Paszkiewicz
      CEO
      GoodLoading
  • Start-up pitch 5: Synfioo
    Synfioo enables supply chain managers to constantly monitor their transport processes by making disruptions along the transport route visible. ➡️ for even more info please visit the "startup" section ➡️
    • Alexander Delawari
      Sales Manager
      Synfioo
  • Start-up pitch 6: Transmetrics
    Transmetrics provides cargo companies with an end-to-end predictive planning tool, which consists of data cleansing, demand forecasting, and optimization. ➡️ for even more info please visit the "startup" section ➡️
    • Asparuh Koev
      CEO and Co-Founder
      TransMetrics
  • Coffee break
    Grab a nice cup of coffee in the foyer and switch to networking now. Do mind the ID badges people have - they all have hints who they are and what they do.
  • Start-up pitch 7: CO3
    CO³ is focused on connecting shippers and carriers so that carriers have an easy and secure way to share GPS location of the trucks carrying shipper's goods. ➡️ for even more info please visit the "startup" section ➡️
    • Monika Stelmach
      Head of Growth
      CO3
  • Start-up pitch 8: Wareh
    Wareh.com - warehousing platform, where you can find the nearest and the safest warehouse in any country of the European Union and easily book it. ➡️ for even more info please visit the "startup" section ➡️
    • Patrycja Rubik
      CEO
      Wareh
  • Start-up pitch 9: InstaFreight
    InstaFreight is an online B2B forwarding company, that enables a fast and easy processing of freight transports. ➡️ for even more info please visit the "startup" section ➡️
    • Maximilian Schaefer
      Co-Founder and Managing Director
      InstaFreight
  • Start-up pitch 10: Sophy
    Sophy simplifies the logistics communications in Europe in an unique way: open for all forwarders and industries, Sophy is a platform consisting of a cloud-based web-application and an app on the driver’s mobile phone. ➡️ for even more info please visit the "startup" section ➡️
    • Christoph Gutscher
      CEO
      Sophy
  • Start-up pitch 11: Quotiss
    Quotiss stands for “Quote It Smart and Simple”. Quotiss simplifies rates management and enables quoting freight in one click. ➡️ for even more info please visit the "startup" section ➡️
    • Marcn Zarzecki
      Founder
      Quotiss
  • Start-up pitch 12: ShipVio
    Shipvio is helping shippers to order truck with just few clicks. ➡️ for even more info please visit the "startup" section ➡️
    • André Dravecký
      Founder
      Shipvio
  • Voting for the best start-up
    In your conference bags, you can find the voting cards. Choose only 1 start-up! 3 projects with highest amount of votes will receive hyperSTARTUP Awards statues and money prizes of 2'000, 4'000 and 6'000 euro.
  • free time
  • hyperparty
    Forget tedious, post-conference banquets where it's hard to talk and integrate. It's time for a real hyperPARTY. Leave your tie for another occasion, feel comfortable here. Live music, a high standard open bar, a lot of space for chill-out and fun. After the whole day of meetings and inspirations, you will invest in relations here.
    • Join us for
      the epic hyperPARTY!
  • hyperSTARUP Awards
    Three best projects with highest amount of votes will receive hyperSTARTUP Awards statues and money prizes of 2'000, 4'000 and 6'000 euro.
  • registration and coffee
  • The future of last mile delivery - human vs. robots
    Who will deliver your package - human, drone or robot? How to deliver on time in the age of diesel death and scarce of human resources.

    Presentation provided in English with simultaneous translation to Polish.
    • Nabil Malouli
      Vice President
      DHL
  • Send It Back! How to Manage E-Commerce Returns
    Returns in e-commerce should be seamless and leave a good experience. If online sellers take returns seriously, they can gain a competitive advantage in the form of greater customer satisfaction and loyalty. The aim of the presentation is to show the results of research on value for customers in e-commerce returns from the different perspectives of: customers, online sellers, suppliers and complementors. The second objective is to determine the impact of returns on customer satisfaction and loyalty and, consequently, on consumer spending and business performance. The research evaluated the significance of factors evoked by different entities that create value for the customer, using empirical research, on a sample of 800 respondents.

    Presentation provided in Polish with simultaneous translation to English.
    • Arkadiusz Kawa
      PhD, director
      Research Network Łukasiewicz – The Institute of Logistics and Warehousing
  • Smart Data in logistics - investment in the AI platform or IoT technologies?
    The logistics industry is at the brink of an AI Revolution. Trends observed in the B2C sector, pressure exerted by rising actors of the New economy, and recent experience of other industries such as the energy market, all indicate that such a transition is imminent. But what exactly does this mean for logistics, an industry which is currently only taking its first steps into digitization, and where data is so limited that the term “Big Data” simply does not apply? Most importantly, how can logistics companies benefit from the power of their data, bearing in mind the complexity of supply chain interactions and the scarcity of data-sharing standards? I discuss several ingredients for a successful move towards a data-driven process in logistics, starting with a focus on IoT investment, through data analysis, to AI roll-out. The talk covers use-cases encountered in our work at NavAlgo, including ideas of solutions to challenges faced by industry leaders.
    • Adrian Kosowski
      Head of Research and Co-founder
      NavAlgo
  • Beyond consolidation – M&A for an era of digital disruption
    Technology and digital innovations are rapidly changing the logistics market. As logistics providers scramble to keep pace, is M&A being used as an effective tool in the battle for supremacy? Is it time to move beyond viewing M&A as a route to scale or specialisation, and repurpose it for a digital era?
    • Nick Bailey
      Head of Research
      Transport Intelligence
  • Digital Transformation with Automation in the transport industry
    How the automation will look like in the era of industry 4.0? Why people don't want to solve issues by themselves? Combining automated testing and robotic process automation is synergy or rather wasted energy? What the business leaders are saying? A lot of questions. A lot of answers you will find during this session. Better understanding of current trends can help us adjust better for the world of tomorrow.
    • Kamil Kalużny
      Head of Presales
      makeitright
  • coffee break
    Grab a nice cup of coffee in the foyer and switch to networking now. Do mind the ID badges people have - they all have hints who they are and what they do.
    • 30 minutes break
      for your best networking experience
  • 100% real time visibility challenge - supply chain vs chain of subcontractors
    Presentation provided in English with simultaneous translation to Polish.
    • Jesper Bennike
      EVP Business Development
      project44
  • The Supply Chain will never be the same again with 5G
    IoT technologies can enhance supply chain management using identity chips, sensors, communication devices, cloud computing networks, and data analytics engines all working together to fuel automation, continuous feedback, and better decision-making. With 5G, billions more IoT devices can be connected to the global network. When will it happen? How the revolution will look like?

    Presentation provided in English with simultaneous translation to Polish.
    • Marcin Sugak
      Head of Business Development
      Ericsson
  • Logistics against the wind - how to ensure the continuity of the global chain in the era of weather disasters?
    The extreme weather can wreak havoc on any supply chain and in the changing climate, it's also hard to trust the weather forecasts. The best solution is to embrace this uncertainty. This presentation outlines the main elements of contingency planning for global logistics working in a highly unpredictable environment. Presentation provided in English with simultaneous translation to Polish.
    • Renata Davidson
      Owner & President
      Davidson Consulting
  • Cyber ​​security - will hackers rip supply chain to shreds?
    A single group of hackers has managed repeatedly to exploit the software distribution channels, going on a disastrous supply chain hacking spree. This presentation outlines a list of security policies to adhere to throughout all the business relationships within your supply chain.

    Presentation provided in English with simultaneous translation to Polish.
    • Igor Ziniewicz
      Owner & VP
      Davidson Consulting
  • Blockchain controlled supply Chain Management - Utopia or Near Future?
    Blockchain, since its inception in 2008, has received lots of attention from both individuals as well as companies, however its development has not always been enthusiastically welcomed and often created more confusion than expected. Albeit currently almost everyone agrees that blockchain is (technology-wise) the great successor of the Internet, its tremendous potential is also highly challenging. Blockchain was also expected to transform the way how logistics work, nevertheless the number of working implementations is not as high as it was assumed. The reason for this is that even if blockchain can disrupt this ecosystem, there is lots of work to be done and this new phenomenon might not be good for everybody. During my presentation I will raise some key issues which every logistic company should consider prior to diving into blockchain technology and explain which benefits and risks are to be considered.


    Presentation provided in English with simultaneous translation to Polish.
    • Katarzyna Ciupa
      Blockchain Expert
  • Hype vs. Reality: Learn to Make Technology Decisions Without Drowning in Industry Buzzwords
    It can be a fulltime job to simply avoid drowning in all of the industry buzzwords: AI, Blockchain, IoT, Industry 4.0, Control Tower... and the list goes on. What is fact and what is fiction? Selecting new technology and evaluating new services can feel impossible with the dollars and work companies put into validating their solutions through marketing. It is easy to say that disruption is important, but not when it disrupts your processes and efficiencies unexpectedly. Buying Enterprise software often feels like firing at a target with a blindfold on no matter how many phone calls, meetings and demos take place. This session will help you sift through the noise by equipping you with the skills to ask the right questions and have the right conversations when evaluating new tools and services for your supply chain.
    • Brad Hollister
      CEO and Co-Founder
      SwanLeap
  • Blockchain controlled supply Chain Management - Utopia or Near Future?
    • Karol Suliński
      Founder, Owner and CEO
      FREIGHTGROUP.co
    • Katarzyna Ciupa
      Blockchain Analyst and Consultant
      Next Level Thinker
    • Maciej Jędrzejczyk
      Blockchain Leader CEE
      IBM
  • Greetings and outro
    Ontro provided in Polish with simultaneous translation to English.
    • Szymon Knychalski
      Editor in Chief, CEO
      Trans.INFO
  • Lunch
    The lunch is served in the hotels restaurant. Take a comfortable seat and have almost an hour of pure relax in amazing sceneries of the Vienna House Hotel Andels interiors.
    • The last 60 minutes
      for your hyper networking!
Both the topics of presentations and the names of speakers may be changed by the organizer.
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