Procurement & Supply Chain Live: Everything You Need to Know

Just one more day to go, don’t forget to register for our debut Procurement & Supply Chain Live! hybrid event


Just 17 hours to go until Supply Chain Digital and Procurement Magazine debuts Procurement & Supply Chain Live!, the must-attend event of 2021 for today’s procurement and supply chain leaders, and leaders of the future. 

Join global leaders from the world of procurement and supply chain on September 28 - 30, 2021 in-person or from around the world virtually for jam-packed days networking, sharing ideas, and soaking up actionable and unique insights to further your business and career! 

Whether you attend virtually or in person at the Tobacco Dock (London), discover more than just notes on a page, attending Procurement and Supply Chain Live! will leave you with insights on how companies like yours are tackling current industry challenges, the knowledge to develop an actionable framework to implement at your own business, and at the end of the three days real-world connections.

But don’t just take our word for it, hear from our speakers to find out more about the event:

David Cho, Chief Procurement Officer, University of Massachusetts

Get to Know Some of our Key Speakers Ahead of the Event 

Jacqui Rock

A driving force behind dynamic and rapid innovation and technology development in the supply chain, Jacqui Rock has been the Chief Commercial Officer of NHS Test & Trace since August 2020. Prior to this role, Rock was a trusted director for the Defence Infrastructure Organisation at the Ministry of Defence. 

Join Rock at 2:30PM (UK Time) on Tuesday 28, where she will be discussing ‘Now What? Commercial Way Forward In Light Of A Global Pandemic’


Read our latest issue of Supply Chain Digital to see Rock discuss the UK’s response to COVID-19 and how she is leading the response that’s winning the digital war against COVID-19. 

Ninian Wilson 

Ninian Wilson has been with Vodafone for 12 years. The Scotsman began his career journey in 2000 at Cable & Wireless as the Chief Procurement Officer (CPO), where he was responsible for all external procurement spend globally in 60 countries, as well as the property budget.

Today, Wilson is the Group Procurement Director and CEO of Vodafone Procurement Co Sarl leading the Supply Chain organisation within Vodafone Plc. In his role, Wilson is accountable for all technology procurement, all indirect spend, and supporting all 26 Vodafone Operating companies. Wilson is also a Member of the Board of the Vodafone Procurement Co.

Join Wilson at 10:00AM (UK Time) on Tuesday 28, where he will be discussing ‘Procurements Ultimate Frontier’.

Read now, Procurement Magazine’s interview with Ninian Wilson.


Take a look at the Agenda for our Three Day Event 

Wilson and Rock are not the only leading executives in the world of procurement and supply chain to be speaking at Procurement & Supply Chain Live! To see the agenda for the three-day hybrid event and who will be speaking, click here.

The event will include: 

  • Keynote addresses from respected industry leaders
  • Dynamic live roundtables (inc. Q&A)
  • Fireside discussions
  • Inspirational Speakers & Presentations
  • Extensive networking opportunities

To register for Procurement and Supply Chain Live, click here!


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