The CIPS UK 2018 Conference will be held on 31 October 2018 at the Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre at The Conference Centre, Broad Sanctuary, London. This year, the CIPS UK Conference has an impressive line-up of speakers and panellists. Some of the influential speakers at the conference are PPL winners.
The aim of the CIPS UK 2018 Conference
At this year’s conference, it is anticipated that procurement professionals will be able to get solutions to the everyday problems they face and will leave the one-day conference with insights needed to transform procurement into a strategic and collaborative function in the organisation.
The day-long event offers a blend of case studies, keynotes, panel discussions, and Q&A sessions with debates. The session after lunch is divided into three streams – fit for purpose technology, strategy through people, and resilient supply chains. The event will see CPOs from leading organisations, such as Rolls Royce, Smith and Nephew plc, Pen Test Partners, Simfoni, Clifford Chance LLP, Proxima Group, Amazon Business UK, Avetta, and many more, participating as speakers, keynotes and panellists.
Why attend CIPS UK 2018 Conference?
The CIPS UK 2018 Conference is an opportunity for procurement professionals to boost their knowledge and find solutions to challenges that procurement faces on a daily basis. The event hopes to help procurement professionals from different industries to network and meet the who’s who of the procurement industry. It is also an opportunity for professionals to boost their knowledge about procurement and supply chain so they can help their department turn into a strategic function that adds value to the organisation and ensures internal and external stakeholders are happy and satisfied.
A smooth-functioning procurement can ensure added value to the organisation and help keep end customers happy, so they transform into repeat customers.
Nick has over 30 years procurement experience in consulting, outsourcing and line roles within industry with international experience across many sectors and industries and led many procurement programs with blue chip organisations.