NRF works with supply chain professionals to develop resources and advocate for policies that improve the retail industry.
Learn more about opportunities to connect with peers in the supply chain community through our councils, committees and events, and explore NRF's supply chain content, events, resources and advocacy issues below.
November 4, 12 – 1pm EST
Join Katie Thomas (Lead, Kearney Consumer Institute) and Brian Ehrig (Retail Partner, Kearney) to learn what convenience means to consumers, how combining trust and convenience metrics help influence priorities and key value chain and supply chain levers to pull to meet consumer needs.
While there is not one easy solution to these supply chain challenges, the Ocean Shipping Reform Act of 2021 that was recently introduced in Congress could provide much-needed assistance as retailers and consumers head into the all-important holiday shopping season.
June 20 – 21, 2022
Join us for the inaugural NRF Supply Chain 360 as we take a holistic look at the modes and methods needed to build the future, faster. Learn from supply chain leaders, experience a unique Expo with interactive exhibits and make connections to create an ecosystem for your business that can keep it self-sustaining for decades.
Join NRF for our monthly Supply Chain Lunch and Learn webinars addressing the most pressing supply chain issues.
View previous webinars on demand (members only)
- Improving Supply Chain Efficiency Through Reverse Logistics: Best Buy, HP and Reverse Logistics Association discuss the ways they’ve optimized their reverse logistics strategies to create a competitive advantage.
- How Prioritizing the Digital Supply Chain Can Enable Significant Growth: Nordstrom and REI discuss their digital supply chains and key learnings from the past year.
- Retail Supply Chain Port Congestion: Eugene Seroka, executive director of the Port of Los Angeles, discusses what can to be done to address port congestion.
- Cracking the Code on Carbon Footprinting: A discussion about the challenges in calculating a carbon footprint, the need for independent verification and certification, and a peek behind the curtain at some product hotspots.
Retail supply chain executives at NRF member companies have the opportunity to join one of NRF’s committees, offering opportunities to share information and best practices, network with other members in their field and help shape policy that impacts the retail industry.