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eWorld

Amazon Business – A Compelling Proposition for Tail Spend?

Molly Dobson, Head of Enterprise Customer Success for Amazon Business Services gave a very professional and fact-filled presentation at eWorld recently. She talked about procurement […]

Emma Freiha at eWorld – Innovation at Lego and Beyond

We wrote recently about our short interview with Emma Freiha prior to eWorld, so of course we had to go and listen to her session […]

John Glen on Brexit – Highlights from eWorld Keynote

John Glen, the Chief (“only”, as he put it) Economist for CIPS, spoke at eWorld recently on the topic of Brexit, not surprisingly. He is […]

The Practical Uses of AI for Procurement

One of the discussions at eWorld recently came from Julien Nadaud, Chief Product Officer at Determine; he talked about the practical implications of AI in […]

Chris White at eWorld – Social Value Drives Cultural Change

At the eWorld event last week, the first keynote was given by Chris White. He was a Conservative MP and at one point “Social Value […]

Down the Procurement Pub with eWorld, Maistro, CIPS Fellows and Metric

Jason Busch, Spend Matters founder, was here this week, in part for the eWorld event, so we got some good pics for use in Down […]

Record Numbers at eWorld, and “NaïveGate” Controversy Stuns Delegates

The latest edition of eWorld yesterday at the QEII centre in Westminster was very successful and lived up to the view that, in our time […]

David Atkinson On SRM – A Personal Journey on LinkedIn (Also at eWorld)

Regular readers will know of David Atkinson’s expertise in supplier relationship management (SRM) in particular. He’s written many articles for us over the years, (like […]

eWorld Preview – Emma Freiha Is Helping Lego Build a Sustainable Future

It is only two weeks now to the eWorld event on October 3rd at the QE2 Centre, Westminster. It combines a range of keynote, workshop […]

Finding the Right Technology Partner To Innovate Your Business Model

Digital Transformation, in terms of cloud technology, advanced analytics, blockchain, Internet of Things and so on, is, and if not will soon be, affecting every industry, in every sector, everywhere. So it’s no time to be on the back foot – businesses of every size need to start, if they haven’t already, embracing new technologies in order to innovate their business models if they mean to thrive in an increasingly interconnected world. That was the message from Bastiaan van Drempt, Director of Coact Consulting Group in his discussion session at eWorld which we attended last month. He aimed to give delegates an idea of the guiding principles they would need to help govern digital business strategy, and therefore, what to look for in a technology provider or partner. We worked in groups and you can read here what our findings were. This led nicely into a discsussion about what we need to be looking for in our digital transformation or journey, and what we need to help innovate our business models.

Brexit Contingency Planning at eWorld – Or Lack of It

We attended the Edbury Daley workshop at eWorld Procurement and Supply last week. It was intended to provoke discussion about Brexit, business preparedness, and the […]