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5 Ways Procurement Should be Using Social Media

Overview

5 Ways Procurement Should be Using Social Media 

CPD 2This presentation provides delegates with an overview of how social media works and how the procurement profession can leverage social media to realise available benefits.

An overview of the current social media landscape provides a context for the presentation, provides insights on how social media can drive innovation and efficiency within an organisation and across a supply chain.

The Presentation will then cover the five ways that Procurement should be using social media:

  • Gather Marketing Intelligence and Monitor Supply Chains
  • Drive Stakeholder Engagement
  • Be an Employer of Choice
  • Professional Development
  • Build your Personal Brand
Date: Wednesday 18 May 2016
Venue: Aberdeenshire Cricket Club
Fee: Members - £0.00 per person
  Non-members - £0.00 per person

Availability:

Bookings are no longer being taken for this event

Audience

This event is open to both CIPS members and non - members to attend

Programme

17.30    - Event Registration, Netwokring and Refreshments
18.00    - Event Start
18.50    - Q&A followed by Networking
19.30    - Event Close

Please note the programme is approximate timings and may be subject to change.

Speakers

Euan Granger, Procurious, Community and Content Manager
Euan started out in Procurement in 2008 and spent 5 years working for BAE Systems managing high value contracts and working in cross-functional teams, before moving to Melbourne where he spent a year working as a procurement consultant. During that time he worked on projects for a number of high-profile clients, assisting them with improving process efficiency, streamlining procurement policies and delivering on site training on contract and supplier relationship management. Euan now works for Procurious, connecting with procurement and supply chain professionals from around the world, with the aim of equipping people with the skills to showcase the value procurement can bring to an organisation. In 2013 Euan completed an MSc and became MCIPS accredited.

Fee

There is no fee to attend this event.

Venue

Aberdeenshire Cricket Club (Bradman Suite)
Morningside Road
Aberdeen
AB10 7FB

Car parking available onsite

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