Are you Procurious?

By Lucy Dixon
Procurement professionals around the world are being invited to join a social network app created just for them – Procurious. Described as the fi...

Procurement professionals around the world are being invited to join a social network app created just for them – Procurious.

Described as the first online business community for supply chain and procurement executives, Procurious will allow users to easily gain insights from their colleagues and stay in touch with suppliers and customers.

Tania Seary, Founding Chairman of Procurious, said: "Today's procurement professionals are always on the hot seat, managing business-critical issues. At the same time, these professionals and especially millennials are increasingly mobile, preferring to network, work and engage from their phones. Our new app responds to growing demand from our members to support them wherever they are and however they work best with the insights and collective experience of a worldwide procurement community."

So, what can those signing up to Procurious expect?

  • The opportunity to network with 16,000 procurement professionals from around the world.
  • Discussions on everything from achieving social responsibility goals to choosing contract document assembly software.
  • Access to dozens of e-learning videos
  • The chance to share your ideas at digital thinktank events like the annual Procurious Big Ideas Summit or marking your calendar to participate in our upcoming Boot Camp, an exclusive podcast series with daily insights to help procurement professionals get in the best career shape of their life.

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