The Leading Bi-Annual Event for Procurement Innovation

The UK’s most comprehensive business forum for Procurement, Sourcing and Supply Chain Technologies

Since 2001, eWorld Procurement & Supply has provided a unique insight into the latest innovations and technologies for senior procurement, supply chain and finance executives. Providing a highly time-effective platform to keep up-to-date with the latest developments, market trends and hot topics.

September 2015 speakers include:

Chris Sawchuk
The Hackett Group
Alex Saric 100
Alex Saric
Ariba, an SAP Company

Dr Sam De Silva
Penningtons Manches LLP
Christopher Barrat 100
Christopher Barrat
Greystone Partnership

eWorld Feedback & Highlights

Attendance is FREE for senior executives from the commercial, public and third sectors – providing complimentary access to:

  • More than 30 seminars on the latest industry issues
  • Practical advice on harnessing the potential of new technologies
  • Thought leadership and insight from a range of industry experts
  • First-hand case studies from senior procurement practitioners
  • Share challenges and experiences in our knowledge sharing roundtables
  • Networking drinks reception at the end of the day
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eWorld Autumn 2015 will take place at the QEII Centre central London on 22nd September and will focus on hot topics such as:

  • Future trends and market conditions
  • Improving collaboration across the enterprise
  • Procurement’s future in driving business value
  • Stakeholder engagement and change management
  • Data driven procurement
  • Soft skills for procurement professionals
  • Social media and procurement
  • Intelligent sourcing & risk management
  • Sustainable procurement strategies
  • Contract management / contract law
  • e-Invoicing and procure-to-pay
  • The pros & cons of moving to the cloud


Click to view the programme from March 2015


Science Warehouse – March 2015:
The Big Procurement Debate


Panel Discussion facilitated by KPMG & C2FO, September 2014: Disruptive Working Capital & Supply Chain Technologies