Transforming Indirect Procurement. Together
How would you like to benchmark with 200+ CPOs and Heads of Indirect from Europe’s biggest indirect spending companies?
Attend to learn how to best connect with your business partners, implement agile procurement models and leverage AI, RPA and block chain.
Engaging in interactive group discussions to define how to position your function as a strategic partner that drives greater business impact.
“I highly recommend this great event: interesting topics and speakers, with better opportunities to network than other conferences. Well worth it.”
- Eavan O’Halloran, Director of Group Procurement
Be inspired. Learn from:
Chief Procurement Data & Analytics Office
Director of Group Procurement
Managing Director – Head of Global Sourcing
Head of Sourcing
Director Indirect Procurement
Global Head of Indirect Procurement
Top 3 Reasons to Attend:
5 Star Speakers
Be inspired by 40+ CPOs and Heads of Indirect representing the ‘who’s who’ in indirect procurement as they push the boundaries and share innovative insights.
5 Star Content
With content that is 100% dedicated to your role and an agenda built by procurement practitioners, walk away with practical solutions to make your transformation goals a reality.
5 Star Networking
Your only opportunity to network with senior procurement peers from the biggest indirect spending companies under one roof at one time, develop your network and forge lasting relationships.
“As the procurement function changes and adapts, this is the perfect opportunity for CPOs to benchmark their strategy with the best of the best from top banks, insurers, retailers, travel, and telecoms companies.”
- Nathalie Fekete, European Leader for Procurement Transformation
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Learn from the industry’s thought leaders as they reveal their own procurement priorities
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