Alisa Bornstein, CPO, Visa Europe to Judge Global Awards

Meet Our First Judge for the Global Procurement & Supply Chain LIVE Awards 2024 - Alisa Bornstein, Chief Procurement Officer, Visa Europe

Launching the first Global Procurement & Supply Chain Awards in 2024, the awards will debut at the Business Design Centre (DBC) on Day 1 of Procurement & Supply Chain LIVE London 2024 (24, September). 

Established in 2014 and 2020 respectively, Supply Chain Digital and Procurement Magazine were launched to provide a single source of information, connecting the world’s largest supply chain, logistics and procurement function to the latest insights, innovations, trends, strategies and more.

The Global Procurement & Supply Chain Awards

Continuing to expand its content platforms, Procurement Magazine and Supply Chain Digital in conjunction with BizClik is proud to be debuting the comprehensive programme, acknowledging companies, professionals and projects that have demonstrated exceptional performance, innovation and strategic thinking. 

The Global Procurement & Supply Chain Awards will serve as a prestigious platform to showcase success stories, inspire industry-wide advancements and celebrate the crucial role that procurement and supply chain play in business success. 

To find out how to enter, click here.

Alisa Bornstein, CPO, Visa Europe

Alisa Bornstein, CPO, Visa Europe

A recognised industry leader, Alisa Bornstein is business-focused with more than 30 years of experience in multicultural leadership and driving change in complex, mature, and emerging markets, as well as large-scale matrix organisations. 

Passionate about leadership, transformation, ESG in the supply chain, and elevating procurement to its highest level, Bornstein builds 360-degree partnerships and creates new opportunities for everyone, everywhere. 

As CPO and VP of Sourcing at Visa Europe, Bornstein leads Visa Europe Sourcing, driving transformational change and continuous improvements. She also oversees the end-to-end strategic and operational delivery, partnering with global colleagues and supporting business across 37 European markets. 

Her main focus is on value creation above and beyond cost savings, by strengthening collaboration with suppliers, propelling ESG in the supply chain, being inclusive and building a better world for everyone, everywhere.

Before joining Visa, Bornstein worked for Arm, IHS Twoers, Millicon (Tigo), Telia, BT, Travelogica Consulting, and Ericsson. 

To find out how to enter, click here.

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