Visa Europe's CPO Bornstein to speak at Supply Chain LIVE

Procurement & Supply Chain LIVE London will see some of the industry's biggest names share insight and advice in a series of must-see keynotes.
Procurement & Supply Chain LIVE London will see some of the industry's biggest names share insight and advice in a series of must-see keynotes.
Visa Europe CPO Alisa Bornstein will share insight at Procurement & Supply Chain London LIVE on the key role of procurement in times of recession

BizClik is gearing up for its latest sector-leading event -- Procurement & Supply Chain LIVE London, where some of the industry's biggest names will be sharing insight and advice in must-see keynotes. All tickets to the event are FREE, whether you attend in person or virtually.

The event takes place from 12-13 October at London's Queen Elizabeth II Centre. Those attending in person will be able to network with an audience of top-line supply chain and procurement influencers. All keynotes and discussions will also be available as a live stream to a remote audience.

In a new approach, LIVE London -- brought to you by Supply Chain Digital and Procurement Magazine -- will incorporates two zones: Supply Chain LIVE and Procurement LIVE, to create a single Expo-style experience. 

All tickets are FREE

Headline speakers include Visa Europe Chief Procurement Officer Alisa Bornstein (see below). For a full itinerary of speakers, click here

About Alisa Bornstein 

NameAlisa Bornstein
Job title
: Chief Procurement Officer (CPO)
Company: 
VISA Europe
When speaking:
11-11.30am, Wednesday 12, October, Procurement LIVE
Keynote subject
: Managing economic downturn and getting ready for recession

Bornstein is an international procurement leader with 25 years' experience in senior and CPO roles. She has a background across multiple industries, including background telecoms, technology and semiconductors.

In 2021, Bornstein joined VISA as European CPO. In this role she is focused on digital transformation, strengthening business partnerships and the overall operational excellence of Visa's Europe-wide procurement function.

"I ma also a championing of ESG in supply chain," she says. "And I'm a passionate advocate for business-focused procurement, using its unique position in the value chain to deliver new sources of value.

Such new sources of value, she says, include supplier innovation, collaboration "and building a better world". 

About VISA Europe

VISA is a global payments technology company that enables fast, secure and reliable electronic payments across more than 200 countries and territories. VISA Europe works at the forefront of technology to create the services and infrastructure that enable millions of European consumers, businesses and governments to make electronic payments. Its members are responsible for issuing cards, signing up retailers and deciding cardholder and retailer fees.

Procurement & Supply Chain LIVE London takes place from 12-13 October at London's Queen Elizabeth II Centre. Those attending in person will be able to network with an audience of top-line supply chain and procurement influencers. All keynotes and discussions will also be available as a live stream to a remote audience.

To attend, register here. Once you have registered we will send you login instructions to easy-to-use virtual platform, Brella. You can use this to craft a personalised itinerary of keynotes and -- for those attending in person -- also pre-arrange networking opportunities during the many networking breaks across the two days.  

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