CIPS Supply Management Awards in September
The top names in the UK supply and procurement game will be getting their glad rags on in mid-September and stepping out for one of the biggest events aimed at recognising their achievements.
The Chartered Institute of Purchasing and Supply (CIPS) Supply Management Awards will be held on September 11, in a glitzy ceremony at the Grosvenor House Hotel in London aimed at celebrating and rewarding excellence in the purchase and supply profession.
Awards up for grabs include Best Contribution to Corporate Responsibility, Best Contribution to the Reputation of the Procurement Profession, Best People Development Initiative and Best Supplier Relationship Management, among others.
Among those shortlisted for the prizes are Barclays Bank, IBM, JD Wetherspoon and Sainsbury’s, to name but a few, who are all shortlisted in the Best Contribution to Corporate Responsibility category.
Among other interesting entrants is Boeing Defence UK in theMost Improved Procurement Operation - Step Change category, Daniel Kirkbride of NHS Blood and Transplant in theCIPS Procurement and Supply Chain Management Professional of the Year category and Essex County Council, Staffordshire County Council and the Ministry of Defence, all shortlisted in theBest Public Procurement Project category.
A full list of the shortlisted candidates can be found below this story.
This year's chair of judges is Gerry Walsh, former Procurement Director at the London Organising Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games and winner of last year’s CIPS Procurement and Supply Chain Professional of the Year Award. He will be joined by Julie Digby, UK Commercial Head at food company Mars, ITV TV Group Procurement Director Andrew Newnham and a selected panel of other professionals from the world of procurement and supply.
AirPlus is the headline sponsor of the event. Hays Procurement is also a sponsor and QinetiQ Commerce Decisions is the official technology provider for the judging.
This year’s compère of the evening is impressionist Jon Culshaw, star of BBC TV program Dead Ringers. Last year’s compère was comedian and star of TV’s Mock the Week and sitcom Rev, Miles Jupp (pictured above, far right).
There will also be dancing and music from rock band the Bright Sparks.
Best Contribution to Corporate Responsibility
Skanska [on behalf of the Supply Chain Sustainability School]
Best Contribution to the Reputation of the Procurement Profession
City of Glasgow College, Scottish Procurement & Skills Development Scotland
Department for International Development
UK Shared Business Services
Best Cross Functional Teamwork
Novartis Pharma AG
Royal Bank of Scotland (Network)
Royal Bank of Scotland (Saturn)
Best People Development Initiative
Royal Bank of Scotland
Sheffield City Council
Best Public Procurement Project
Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency
Essex County Council
Ministry of Defence
NHS Blood and Transplant
NHS Shared Business Services
Salisbury NHS Foundation Trust
Staffordshire County Council
Surrey & Borders Partnership Foundation NHS Trust
Best Supplier Relationship Management
Balfour Beatty and Reconomy
EE and Capita travel and events
Jaguar Land Rover and Gobel & Partner
F. Hoffmann-La Roche and Partners
Northumbrian Water & Aqua Consultants
Most Improved Procurement Operation - Start Up
D&B Business Information Solutions
Danone Baby Nutrition
Hitachi Rail Europe
Most Improved Procurement Operation - Step Change
Boeing Defence UK
Bunzl Retail Supplies
Celcom Axiata Berhad
International Procurement Project of the Year
BP Exploration Operating Company
Department for International Development
Ministry of Defence
Best Procurement Consultancy Project of the Year
Efficio and Tryg
Capita and Staffordshire County Council
Institute for Competition & Procurement Studies (ICPS), Bangor University
Newton Europe and Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust
PA Consulting and the Ministry of Defence
CIPS Young Procurement and Supply Chain Management Professional of the Year
Gulam Choudhury - Manchester Airport Group
Phil Hicks - Northumbrian Water
Danielle Larter - BAE Systems (Military Air & Information)
Hannah O'Reilly - Sainsbury's
CIPS Procurement and Supply Chain Management Professional of the Year
Jim Carter - Network Rail
Daniel Kirkbride - NHS Blood and Transplant
Paul Mortimore - Boeing Defence UK
Les Mosco - Ministry of Defence
Procurement's CEO of the Year
To be announced on the night
CIPS names industry leaders in Procurement Power List 2021
The Chartered Institute of Procurement and Supply, and its official magazine Supply Management, have announced this year’s Procurement Power List - an annual spotlight of senior professionals “pushing the field of procurement forwards”.
The list spotlights procurement leaders based geographically or with influence in Europe, and who push the boundaries both within their own organisations and for the industry at large. The long list of nominees, selected by a panel of experts, was whittled down to the below final list of 25 exceptional procurement leaders, representing a wide range of industries, from retail and consultancy, to food and beverage, healthcare and pharmaceuticals, and telecommunications.
Procurement Power List 2021 criteria
As well as holding senior positions of CPO or higher, candidates were also judged more broadly on the accomplishments of their full career, their influence on the wider profession as a known media figure or regular event speaker.
Candidates were also selected based upon their work with more junior members of the procurement community, whether through mentorship programmes or speaking at educational institutions - and were judged upon their business acumen and expertise outside the typical responsibilities of procurement and supply chain. Candidates did not have to be members of CIPS to be recognised, and cannot sit on a CIPS board or committee.
The Procurement Power List 2021
- Sébastien Bals, Vice President Global Procurement & Chief Procurement Officer, UCB
- Martha Buffington, Chief Procurement Officer, Royal DSM
- Stephen Cobham, Chief Procurement Officer, Sanofi
- Bertrand Conquéret, President of Global Supply Chain BV & Chief Procurement Officer, Henkel
- Claire Costello, Chief Procurement Officer, Co-op
- Paula Martinez, Chief Procurement Officer, Novartis
- John Dickson, Chief Procurement Officer, AstraZeneca
- Isabel Hochgesand, Chief Procurement Officer, Beiersdorf
- David Ingram, Chief Procurement Officer, Unilever
- Henrik Larson, Chief Procurement Officer & Vice President, Maersk
- Hervé Le Faou, Chief Procurement Officer, Heineken N.V.
- Rachael Legg, Chief Procurement & Property Officer, Johnson Matthey
- Simon Leigh, Group Procurement & Supply Chain Director, Whitbread
- Jane Liang, Group Head of Procurement, BAT
- Stéphane Masseran, Chief Procurement Officer, Ipsen
- Tony Milikin, Chief Procurement & Sustainability Officer, Anheuser-Busch InBev
- Kai Nowosel, Chief Procurement Officer, Accenture
- Janelle Orozco, Chief Procurement Officer, Diageo
- Barry Parkin, Chief Procurement & Sustainability Officer, Mars
- Cyril Pourrat, Chief Procurement Officer, BT
- Angela Qu, Chief Procurement Officer, Lufthansa
- Klaus Staubitzer, Chief Procurement Officer & Head of Supply Chain, Siemens
- Thomas Udesen, Chief Procurement Officer, Bayer
- Ninian Wilson, Chief Executive Officer, Vodafone Procurement
- Rob Woodstock, Chief Commercial Officer, HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC)
Supply Chain Digital's Top 100 Leaders in Supply Chain
Supply Chain Digital will this autumn publish our own list of the Top 100 Leaders in Supply Chain, with nominations from our digital community and open to all. The definitive list of the leading executives and influencers in the industry will be announced at the inaugural Procurement & Supply Chain LIVE event, and shared across social media channels, this website, and presented in a special supplement.
Click here to learn more and nominate your colleague, peer, mentor or professional role model.