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services procurement

Globality Gets Into Gear – A Serious Attempt To Disrupt Global Services Buying?

There are many ways to start a new business. You can develop your idea on the kitchen table, rope in a few friends who will […]

Total Talent Management Insights for Skeptics and Deniers

For those of you who don't get a chance to dip in and out of our US sister site as often as you would like, […]

Next Week! How Do Apple’s Contract Terms Affect Their Suppliers?

If you haven't already registered for next Thursday's webinar, Understanding Risk Exposure: An Analysis of Apple’s Contract Terms For Their Suppliers, we highly recommend that you join us. It should make for a lively conversation between our Chief Research Officer Pierre Mitchell, Tim Cummins from IACCM, and Ulf Zetterberg from Seal.

Hot-dog hangovers and Tennis (the band)

We're coming off of a short week here in the states, having consumed 800+ hot dogs per second on Monday's holiday. Gross! This week we bring you lessons from our PeoplePerHour experience, what John Nash brought to procurement, a fun "chicken and egg" problem, and music from Tennis.

Relationship Problems (and other questions) – Solved by Doctor Procurement

Since we started Spend Matters, we have had one request above all others. Quite literally, a reader asked, “why don't you run a problem page?” […]

Services Procurement – How Well Are Supply Chain Practices Applied?

There are always great articles on our sister website, Spend Matters (US) and last week was no exception. Two took my eye in particular. We’ll […]

Services procurement – still on the rise

My colleague and founder of Spend Matters US, Jason Busch, has written an interesting piece here about services procurement and why it is going to […]

Spend Matters Papers: Managing Indirect Services – Procurement’s Greatest Opportunity?

So here’s a plan - through August we’re going to highlight all the research papers, briefings and so on that we’ve produced in the last […]