Big Ideas Summit 2020: what you need to know

The Big Ideas Summit is returning to London on 11th March 2020. The event will be…...

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The Big Ideas Summit is returning to London on 11th March 2020. The event will be held at The Soho Hotel, Richmond Mews, London. A total of 50 CPOs and procurement decision-makers will be able to attend in person, while the remaining participants can be part of this digitally driven event through the Big Ideas Summit’s social media page. 

About the summit

This event is the first of its kind to be digitally driven and attracts procurement decision-makers and professionals from across the world. It is an interactive event, where digital participants can join the discussions and get to know the innovative ideas that are trending in the world of procurement. 

The Big Ideas Summit is an opportunity for the digital participants to network with top procurement professionals and thought leaders, get solutions to real-world challenges, and learn about the innovation taking place in procurement.

They can do this by following the event live and submitting their questions, which the panellists and other participants will endeavour to answer. The event is designed to help all participants and attendees learn, collaborate, pool ideas, and understand what the future holds for procurement. 

It is anticipated that more than 36,000 procurement professionals from over 140 countries will be participating in the event. 

Speakers attending the event

There is an impressive array of speakers who will be talking at the summit this year. Some of them include Bob Murphy, who is the CPO for IBM; Sophie Hackford, the former director of consulting at WIRED; Greg Lindsay, an urbanist and futurist; and Casper Berry, a professional poker player.

The registration for the event is still open, and if you are a procurement professional, you should try to attend this summit. It will not only give you an opportunity to network with the who’s who of procurement, but it will also be a great learning experience. 


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