Conference Season Is Here – 3 Major Procurement Events Coming Very Soon

We’re getting into peak springtime conference season now and the next two weeks see several key procurement events. In chronological order:

ProcureCon Indirect – Copenhagen, 16th – 18th April

One of the leading general procurement events in Europe, broad range of topics, delegates and sponsors. Expect around 200 attendees.

Why attend? 

  • Very much focused on practitioner speakers, good mix of keynotes, workshops, panels etc, plenty of opportunity to hear about leading-edge practice, case studies and real-life success stories.
  • Excellent peer networking opportunity too – focus on indirect spend means you’re likely to meet senior delegates with similar interests.
  • Also a good chance to meet sponsors such as tech firms, consultants, but not in a high-pressure sales environment.
  • Copenhagen is a great place!

You can read more here from us and book here.

SAP Ariba Live – Amsterdam, 23rd- 25th April

A big event, likely to be 400-plus people, with SAP Ariba staff, partners, customers and prospective customers.

Why attend? 

  • A strong mix of keynotes, lots of options amongst the break-out sessions, from deep dives into the technology to more general best practice sessions.
  • If you are an SAP Ariba customer, essential to meet key Ariba people, see what is coming down their pipeline to you – and to understand how to make the most out of your investment.
  • If you are not a customer, but interested in procurement technology, a chance to see what the giant of the sector is up to.
  • We suspect the food, ambience and entertainment will all be good too!

You can read more here from us and can book here.


 Procurious Big Ideas Summit – London, 26th April

About as different to the above as you can get! A relatively small and intimate live event, with just around 50 delegates, but with hundreds, maybe thousands of “digital delegates” participating too.

Why attend? 

  • Some fascinating speakers, including CPOs but also some non-procurement folk – Caspar Berry, “futurists” and “Business Builders” for instance.
  • Broad focus, part of a global community (other summits are held in US, Germany, Australia).
  • Small numbers mean a chance to get involved and good discussion.
  • Digital delegate option widens participation, and is a great way to benefit and learn without spending a fortune.

You can read more here and request an invitation to attend or register as a digital delegate here.

We will see you in person in Copenhagen (Peter and Nancy) and Amsterdam (Peter) and on-line for the Summit - and of course we will be reporting on all of these events.


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