Last Mile & E-Com Networking & Roundtable

Date: 28th November 2023 Location: Museum of the Home, 136 Kingsland Road London E2 8EA

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The format

Our expert speakers will deliver short and insightful talks on last mile related topics. Following the talks, the floor is open for a more extended discussion session. Your thoughts and questions matter – we invite all attendees to participate actively and be part of shaping the conversation.


Gary Rosier – Taylor, Director of Sales at Descartes

Gary is the Director of Sales for Descartes Routing, Mobile, and Telematics portfolio. He joined Descartes in early 2023 through the acquisition of Melbourne-based Localz, a provider of customer engagement software for field service and last-mile delivery. Gary has extensive experience in the supply chain sector, working alongside solution consultants and marketing functions to implement technology solutions that exceed customer expectations. In his role, Gary helps businesses to drive operational efficiencies and improve last- mile customer experience.

David Lewis, Sales Director for EMEA & Asia Pacific at DispatchTrack

David Lewis is Sales Director for EMEA & Asia Pacific at DispatchTrack, a global leader in last mile delivery software. The DispatchTrack end-to-end SaaS platform powers positive, predictable, and visible experiences for customers, drivers and logistics managers. Clients using the DispatchTrack platform include Furniture Village, Vision Logistics, Hillarys Blinds, Berry Bros & Rudd, and Gillies Furniture.David is a CX industry expert with more than 20 years of e-commerce, SaaS, and software experience. Prior to DispatchTrack, David worked at several innovative and forward thinking start ups such as Venda, RichRelevance and Algonomy, with a focus on enhancing user experiences through utilising AI & machine learning technologies.

Rhyce Dawson, Associate Director at TMX Transform

Our urban spaces are living organisms, constantly adapting to the needs of their communities, industries and the environment. The Covid-related e-commerce boom has shifted consumer expectations to a point that is changing the landscape and infrastructure of our towns and cities. But the convenience of delivery comes at a price – for businesses and the planet. Last mile sustainability is vital, but to remain resilient and relevant, businesses also need to examine all logistics systems and networks.

Elizabeth Selby, Partner at Bexley Beaumont

Elizabeth Selby, Partner at Bexley Beaumont, will deliver a short talk on workers’ rights and the gig economy, focusing on challenges in the final mile delivery sector. Elizabeth will highlight some of the key legal risks in using self-employed drivers as well as providing advice on how to mitigate those risks.

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