Frequently Asked Questions



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How can I contribute a session to EDGE or become an EDGE speaker?

There are several ways that EDGE staff source content and speakers for EDGE. 
  • The Call for Sessions - The EDGE Call for Sessions is how we source the majority of educational sessions (our ‘core’ tracks). During the Call for Sessions, members submit a title, description, two brief ‘takeaways’ and a list of speakers they would bring to present the session. These submissions are reviewed by staff and the EDGE Committee, rated for quality and adherence to EDGE principles and then selected by EDGE Track Chairs. This year, the Call for Sessions is open from December 15, 2019 through February 15, 2020. Learn more about the Call for Sessions.
  • The Sponsor Series and Supply Chain Exchange Series - Our Sponsor and Supply Chain Exchange Series are opportunities for sponsors and exhibitors to present educational sessions on topics relevant to today’s supply chain professionals. These sessions are held to the same high standards of unbiased education as our core educational sessions. Sponsor Series and Supply Chain Exchange sessions are included as part of certain exhibitor or sponsor packages. To learn more, go to our Sponsorship Opportunities or Exhibit at EDGE 2020 pages.
  • Become an EDGE Track Chair - EDGE Track Chairs are member volunteers who work with CSCMP staff throughout the year to build great educational content for EDGE. They don’t just select session submissions from the Call for Sessions, they build the rest of their track sessions and source expert supply chain speakers to present them. So if you have a million ideas for valuable, actionable session content, and wide network of expert speakers to tap into, apply to become an EDGE Track Chair for future years. EDGE 2020 Track Chairs are already hard at work, but CSCMP will start accepting applications for EDGE 2021 in July of 2020. 
  • Submit your name and topics - If you don’t have a specific session in mind, but you would be willing to be a co-speaker, panelist or moderator should the need arise, email your name, title, company and topics of expertise to Shannon O’Shea at

What are the different registration prices?

Please refer to our Registration page.  

What is your cancellation policy?

Cancellations received by 11:59 pm CST will be refunded: 100% (by July 15, 2020) and 50% (August 15, 2020). No refunds will be accepted after August 16, 2020. All Cancellations must be made by e-mail to CSCMP memberships are nontransferable and never refunded. Cancellation of travel and hotel reservations are the sole responsibility of the registrant.

Can I transfer my registration to someone else?

Transfers of like registrations (example: member to member, Young Profession to Young Professional) are allowed after the window for refunds has closed (August 16, 2020). All transfer requests must be made to

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