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Women in Logistics International Webinar

We cordially invite you to the Women in Logistics International Webinar on April 7th, 2022. The aim of the webinar is to start a public debate on a real change in the logistics industry and introduce logistics leaders to the global public debate on changes in logistics and economy.

Why female leadership and global cooperation?

Now, we are facing the greatest challenges than ever before – the world economic crisis and the war in Ukraine, in Europe. The logistics sector has its own significant role in the situation – to maintain supply chains. In this picture we can also see the crisis of leadership - Women’s Leadership. The number of women leaders during the last two years dramatically decreased in every country and in every sector, also in logistics. The world needs women’s competence, solidarity and leadership of women. It needs it as never before.

What is our goal?

At this moment we should do everything to strengthen women’s leadership. The leadership which is based on empathy, strong roots in the community, bold ideas and courage. So, we hope that our webinar will be one of the important steps to start a global public debate on how to reinforce women’s leadership in the logistics sector, how to start cooperation in this field and how women and men can empower each other.

Webinar’s agenda

Date and place: 7th April, 2022, online (Zoom platform)

Time and language: 12.30 pm – 3 pm (UTC+01:00 Warsaw), English

  • New leadership priorities in business – why do we need it?
    prof. Danuta Kisperska-Moroń, University of Economics in Katowice
  • When women lead… - the greatest practices of the logistics sector
    Dagmara Głowacka, CHRO North&East Europe, DB Schenker
  • It’s time for transformation - how to increase women’s influence and their impact?
    Małgorzata Kulis, Managing Director, Volvo Trucks Poland
  • Working together – what women and men can do together to create change in logistics?
    Sue Terpilowski, CILT UK – Women in Logistics
  • Discussion


  • prof. Danuta Kisperska-Moroń, University of Economics in Katowice
  • Beata Trochymiak, Women in Logistics Forum


  • Beata Trochymiak, Women in Logistics Forum
  • Polish Logistics Association

Patronage: GS1 Poland

Partner:  Volvo Trucks Poland     

Participation: free of charge!

We invite leaders, managers and specialists from the logistics sector – women and men, from all over the world.

If you want to join us, please: register today

The all information about the webinar you can find here:

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