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This two-day strategic procurement workshop is a real opportunity, and a surprisingly rare one in a crowded training market, to genuinely uplift your strategic thinking capability in a professional procurement context.

Participants will leave this masterclass with practical tools & techniques that enable them to practice a more strategic approach to procurement immediately. Also, with a new perspective on how to deliver genuinely strategic procurement relevant to your organisations Marketing Strategy.

Key themes in the programme include:

• The major questions & challenges facing the procurement profession in future

• Taking a glimpse at the sales professional’s view of buyers

• The imperative of Sustainable Procurement & the new ISO 20:400 Standard

• The difference between Category Management & Strategic Sourcing?

• How Procurement can integrate with your Marketing strategy – a unique perspective


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March 20 2019


Start: March 20
End: March 21
Cost: ₹24000
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Equinox Business Park

Equinox Business Park
Mumbai, Maharashtra 400070 India

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By the end of the two-day workshop you will:

Understand the context & complexity within which modern strategic procurement has to deliver and meet stakeholder needs.
Develop a thorough grasp of the essentials & process of a strategic approach to procurement and how procurement can stay relevant.
Be able to commence both a spend analysis & risk analysis, as a start to a more strategic approach to procurement.


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