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Operating since 2001, eWorld Procurement and Supply aims to provide senior procurement, finance, and supply chain professionals insights into cutting-edge technologies and innovations taking place in the world of procurement and supply chain.

The platform is designed to ensure that procurement and supply chain professionals stay abreast of the latest developments, market trends and relevant topics making news in this domain.

eWorld March 2019 event

eWorld Procurement and Supply will be hosting its biannual event on 5 March 5, 2019, at De Vere Grand Connaught Rooms in Central London. The event will have a host of noted speakers, including Michelle Baker, the Chief Procurement Officer of Dutch telecommunications firm KPN, will be the opening keynote speaker.

Other speakers attending the event include Steve Carter, Service Architect and Integration Lead at the Crown Commercial Service, Tania Seary, the founder of Procurious, and Christ Hayes, Product Marketing Manager at IBM Watson Supply Chain.

The event is free to attend for senior executives from commercial, public and third sectors. With registrations currently open, interested participants can sign up to avoid disappointment.

Why attend the eWorld event?

Participants will be able to benefit from valuable inputs from over 30 seminars focusing on the latest issues in the industry. They will also get practical advice on how to use new technologies. Senior procurement professionals will be presenting case studies, and there will be several interactive workshops to share experiences and challenges.

eWorld Procurement and Supply’s event is an opportunity for procurement and supply chain professionals to network with top technology experts, to find out about new products and services that could help them become more efficient and save their organisation money, discuss common issues in procurement and the supply chain, and build mutually beneficial and profitable relationships.

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