Since 2001, eWorld Procurement & Supply has provided unique insights about the latest innovations and cutting-edge technologies that can transform the procurement and supply chain industry. Senior procurement, supply chain, and finance executives will find this biannual event enlightening and informative. This event allows them to stay up-to-date with the latest market trends and developments in procurement and supply chain.
eWorld September event
The next eWorld event is on 24 September 2019 at the De Vere Grand Connaught Rooms in Central London. It will have many reputed speakers in the field, and the opening keynote speaker is Tori James, an adventurer and business consultant.
Other speakers in the event include Ernie Thompson, contracts compliance manager at UHL, Louise Reynolds, global purchasing director at Jaguar Land Rover, and Jon Hansen, editor at Procurement Insights.
Senior executives from public, commercial, and third sectors can attend the event free. Registration is still open for interested participants.
Why procurement professionals should attend the event
The eWorld event will be hosting 30 seminars related to the latest issues experienced by the procurement and supply chain industry. It aims to provide advice to professionals about using and benefitting from the latest technologies. New procurement professionals will be able to hone their soft skills, understand the consequences of blockchain, and learn more about e-invoicing and procure-to-pay. There will also be a session on sustainable and responsible procurement. Senior procurement and supply chain executives will present case studies and host interactive workshops to share their experience and knowledge.
The eWorld Procurement & Supply event offers professionals an opportunity to network with industry experts and thought leaders. The event also gives the opportunity to learn about new products and services to make procurement more efficient and effective, as well as finding potential solutions to the industry’s issues and challenges through interaction and workshops.