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Public Spend Forum – Public Procurement Highlights from this Week

Public Spend Forum (PSF) is a public sector procurement global community and market intelligence platform dedicated to improving public procurement and the public sector market. It […]

Down the Procurement Pub With eWorld, Fusion 21, Modern Slavery and Janelle Monáe

As we said in our eWorld event overview yesterday, Nancy and I absolutely deny that we slipped out of the QEII Conference Centre at lunchtime […]

Best of 2017: Developing Procurement Skills – Without Spending a Penny

In the run up to, and over, the holiday period we thought we would feature some of our favourite articles from 2017. So let's kick […]

Introducing Free YouTube Masterclasses on Category Management and Strategic Sourcing

The International Institute for Advanced Purchasing & Supply (IIAPS) “is dedicated to the raising of international standards in purchasing and supply management so that real business […]

Building a Business Case for Transforming Category Management Performance

We’ve written extensively about the Future Purchasing Category Management survey and report, and the firm behind it are now running two full-day “masterclass” workshops on […]

Developing Procurement Skills – Without Spending a Penny (Part 2)

This week we have been looking at the need to develop procurement staff in the light of worrying findings in the recent Deloitte CPO survey. […]

What do young people think about procurement?

(We're delighted to feature a guest post from Christina Langley.  Her firm, Langley search & selection, has been one of the leading recruitment firms in […]