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Inclusive Procurement and the Value of Cultural Intelligence

One final post from us on the recent MSDUK conference – the event that promotes inclusive procurement (supplier diversity) in business – on the session of […]

MSDUK Conference – CPO Panel Session Gives Good Advice on Inclusive Procurement (Part 2)

Following an advisory session from the CPOs on the panel at the recent MSDUK supplier diversity conference, our esteemed procurement leaders fielded some quite pertinent […]

MSDUK Conference – CPO Panel Session Gives Good Advice on Inclusive Procurement (Part 1)

In our opinion, the most useful session of the day at last week’s MSDUK conference was the CPO panel discussion. It gave genuinely valuable takeaways […]

MSDUK – Knowledge Forum Day, Overview

It was quite a week for celebrations last week for the MSDUK. Not only did the UK membership organisation that drives inclusive procurement hold its […]

Inclusive Procurement/Supplier Diversity – Why Do We Need It?

Some might say our world of social tensions, of huge discrepancy between the advantaged and the less-advantaged, and divergence between the employed and the un-employed, has a […]

Denis Ford of Cummins Inc – Why Supplier Diversity Matters

We are looking forward to the MSDUK Conference and Awards event in London on September 21st-22nd, celebrating 10 years of the organisation’s existence. MSDUK is […]

Down the Procurement Pub with Sheena, Paul, CCS, Andrea, MSDUK and Shura

Here are my Spend Matters US colleagues Sheena Smith and Paul Martyn, over this week from the US.  And having a beer. I mean, that […]

MSDUK Conference – A Focus On Minority-Owned Suppliers

It’s some time since we featured MSDUK, “the UK’s leading non-profit membership organisation driving inclusive procurement. We promote the ethos of diversity and inclusion in […]

MSDUK conference and awards dinner – next week

The MSDUK Conference and Awards Dinner takes place next week; October 16th at the  Grange Tower Bridge Hotel, London. MSDUK has played a leadership role […]