BravoSolution Real World Procurement – Putting Suppliers at the Centre of your Organisation

We're back! Yes, we are delighted to say that the BravoSolution Real World Procurement series of executive briefings is back in 2016 for another year. Guy Allen, previously CPO for a number of major businesses, and I will be leading six workshops that aim to combine three things - some of the latest procurement thinking, our practical experience as CPOs, and a good level of delegate involvement.

The format is as before; mid-morning coffee at 11am followed by an hour or a little more of the main content, and then some further discussion on our tables over lunch with a wrap-up over coffee. You can be on your way back to the office by around 2pm. As well as the core content, we know that people really value the chance to meet an interesting cross-section of other procurement executives over a very decent lunch - we know of several useful exchange of best practice and benchmarking relationships have been forged in that way.

In terms of the topics, we thought hard about trying to capture the real essence of procurement this year, so we have majored on really core and vital subjects, with a view to covering what it is that really makes the difference between success and failure. You can see the whole list here, and we start in a few weeks time on Wednesday February 24th with me leading on "Putting Suppliers at the Centre of your Organisation". There's a pretty fundamental place to start!

The venue is a private room at Smith & Wollensky, The Adelphi Building, 1-11 John Adam St, London, WC2N 6HT and you can book here for just £39 or book the whole series of six for £199. (To be honest, the charge is mainly to try and ensure not too many people book and don't show, which tends to happen a fair bit for free events)!

So, whether you book for this one and give it a try, or book for the whole series, we hope to see some familiar and some new faces on February 24th.

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