Part of the family: graduate Beattie (centre) went on to win Young Procurement Person of the Year © Carmen Valino
Part of the family: graduate Beattie (centre) went on to win Young Procurement Person of the Year © Carmen Valino

Transferable skills were a big draw

28 March 2017

A CIPS qualification brings benefits both professional and personal, says 2015/16 Young Procurement Person of the Year.

Becoming fully CIPS qualified opened up new business opportunities for Maria Beattie, winner of the 2015/16 Young Procurement Person of the Year.

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