10 - 12 May, 2016

Mövenpick Hotel Amsterdam City Centre

+44 (0) 207 368 9442

Your Partner for Indirect Spend Success

12 Years of Peer-Led Events

Procurement Professionals save €500 by booking online before 19th February using code PCIFEB


The Must-attend Global Event For Heads Of Indirect And Their Teams

ProcureCon Indirect is Europe’s only event dedicated to Heads of Indirect and CPOs from service-led businesses – bringing together the financial services, tech, telecoms, manufacturing, pharma and consumer goods industries.

Ensure your indirect team is empowered to add value to your business. Exchange indirect procurement strategies and tips with your peers. Through interactive discussions and debates, learn practical solutions to make certain your indirect procurement strategy aligns with business goals and meets the needs of your internal stakeholders.


Indirect Professionals

and experts





Learning and Networking




Full of Insightful Content

Be Inspired. Learn from:

Alisa Bornstein

Global Head of Indirect Procurement

Margaret Gibson

Strategic Procurement Officer
Standard Life

Nick Jenkinson

Head of Indirect Procurement

Gavin Long

Head of Business Services Sourcing

“Yet again the quality of the speakers and the material was excellent...what makes it unique is having the opportunity to spend some time with your peers. Especially from other sectors - we all have the same challenges.”

Larry Beard, Procurement Director, Aer Lingus

Why attend ProcureCon Indirect?


Access indirect procurement leaders from the top 50 European companies and find out how to lead the indirect procurement strategy of the future


Benchmark against best-in-class indirect procurement strategies your peers are implementing to add value to their business – including digitization, innovative stakeholder engagement and global process alignment


Get involved in interactive discussion and lively debate with your peers: Walk away with proven case studies on indirect procurement models, indirect category management decisions, strategic vs. tactical vs. spot buy, supplier management and new procurement tools and technologies