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Manifest 2024: What We’re Looking Forward To


e are excited to be attending the Manifest Vegas conference this year. Manifest Vegas provides a unique opportunity for us to meet leading industry experts and network with over 4,500 logistics, transportation and supply chain leaders and innovators from around the world. We are thrilled to engage with fellow innovators in the logistics landscape, show attendees a glimpse into what our comprehensive delivery management platform is capable of, and explore potential partnerships.

Read on to learn about fun things to do, places to eat, and speaking events worth putting on your agenda while you are in Las Vegas.

Speaking Events You Can't Miss

There will be many speaking events during the conference covering a variety of topics. Here are a few of the ones we are most interested in as they cover the latest in last-mile delivery, technology, and logistics trends.

Revolutionizing Last Mile Delivery, featuring Gaston Curk, CEO at OSM Worldwide, Nate Shutes, VP Global Fulfillment & Logistics at Blu Dot, and Mat Witte, SVP, Americas at ORTEC. Explore how evolving consumer habits, escalating expenses, and climate shifts are driving the evolution of a new era of last-mile technologies. 

From Logistics to Customer Data – Understanding the Ins & Outs of Expansion, featuring Lizeth Cárdenas, Head of Supply Chain at Samsung Peru, Jason Minghini, SVP Operations at Kenco, Richard Sharpe, CEO at Competitive Insights, LLC, and Chase Zieman, Chief Data Officer & Co-founder at Top brands and leaders in fulfillment and logistics converge to delve into the realm of supply chain and logistics infrastructure. 

Revolutionary Tech From Middle Mile To Last Mile, featuring Joshua Hirschheimer, Associate Partner at Porsche Consulting, Derek Szopa, CEO & Founder at CloudSort, and Tom Walker, CEO & Founder at DroneUp. Learn about how companies are implementing next-gen technologies to innovate logistics, lower costs, and improve delivery speed.

Manifest Vegas provides a unique opportunity for us to meet industry experts and network with over 4,500 logistics, transportation and supply chain leaders from around the world.

Places to See

Las Vegas is full of entertaining attractions and fun things to do. Here are a few places to check out when you have some free time.

Bellagio Conservatory & Botanical Gardens: In celebration of Lunar New Year, Bellagio’s Conservatory & Botanical Gardens has unveiled its new display, “Infinite Prosperity: The Year of the Dragon”. The display draws inspiration from Asian architecture, folklore and culture, with each element designed to symbolize the promise of a favorable new year.

The LINQ Promenade: The LINQ is an open-air retail, dining and entertainment district, anchored by the world’s tallest observation wheel, known as the High Roller. At 550 feet, the High Roller is the largest observation wheel in North America. Visitors can also fly 1,080 feet above The LINQ Promenade on the only zipline on the Las Vegas Strip.

Eiffel Tower Experience: The Eiffel Tower Viewing Deck transports visitors to the City of Lights right from the Las Vegas Strip. Inside Paris Las Vegas, this attraction is located 46 stories above ground and is half the size of the world-famous Paris, France landmark. The Paris Las Vegas attraction offers a free, recurring light show every 30 minutes from sunset to midnight.

Places to Eat

In between networking, meetings, and exploring the city, you’ll probably work up a good appetite. Fortunately, Las Vegas has some great restaurants to choose from. 

Peppermill Restaurant and Fireside Lounge: The Peppermill Restaurant and Fireside Lounge is a great location for breakfast, lunch, dinner. Like the Strip itself, the Peppermill Restaurant and Fireside Lounge have been the backdrop for classic films and TV shows while serving generous portions of your favorite food for over forty years.

Gordon Ramsay Fish and Chips: Chef Gordon Ramsay has brought his take on the classic English street food to The LINQ Promenade for an excellent fast-casual meal, no reservations required. The eatery is so popular that they go through 25,000 pounds of potatoes monthly to make their expertly textured chips.

Crossroads Kitchen: Chef Tal Ronnen brought his plant-based L.A. restaurant to Resorts World. Crossroads Kitchen serves mouthwatering Mediterranean meals in a refined environment. The restaurant offers plant-based dining with a full bar and inspired cocktail program.

We hope to see you February 6-7 at the Manifest Vegas Conference. Come meet our Head of Business Development, Aaron Gaba, and General Manager, Chen Grazutis at Booth #1407 to learn more about our comprehensive delivery management solution.

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