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23rd May 2024 Join us as the CPO Forum explores the future of procurement and how leaders can get ahead – from early AI projects to streamline procurement processes or service delivery, encouraging innovation in the supply chain, and better use of data to inform day-to-day procurement decisions.

Hear from some of the trailblazers in the Procurement and Local Authority communities, demonstrating how AI and data has revolutionised ways of working. 

9th November 2023 In an increasingly challenging Local Government landscape, Procurement teams’ importance is starting to be recognised. Leading on savings, carbon reduction, social value, digitisation, and much more, the pressure is on to ensure teams and processes are equipped for success.

This is an opportunity to share ideas and experiences, with a specific focus on upskilling and training, adapting our teams’ structures to meet the needs of the organisation, and preparations for the change in legislation.

18th May 2023 The challenges facing local authority procurement teams are legion; from meeting social value objectives to addressing the climate emergency and recruitment. But you don't have to do it alone.

'The Power of Collaboration' is an event for CPOs to explore new ideas and gain practical skills that help you work together.

3rd November 2022 Procurement Leaders are having to offer greater transparency over their sourcing pipeline whilst redefining their strategies to deliver it.

At this live event we looked at how to address the different models and define the category strategies needed to select the right sourcing approach and channel.

From carbon reduction and creating a healthy procurement ecosystem to digitising Local Government and supply chain assurance, today's CPO is grappling with significant challenges on multiple fronts.

Vodafone's Ninian Wilson, CCS's Elizabeth Giugno, University of Stirling's Dr. Richard Simmons and EY's Josh Dunn helped lead the discussion.

The transition toward a faster-paced and connected working world creates a level of uncertainty for the procurement professional.

UK Small Business Commissioner Liz Barclay joined Coventry City Council CEO Martin Reeves, the LGA's Tina Holland and EY's Kevin Ward to help attendees learn how to successfully navigate a world in flux.

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