“International Women’s Day is a chance to celebrate women’s achievements and raise awareness of the benefits that an inclusive world brings to people, planet and profit. Alarmingly, the pandemic and the resulting economic fallout sees gender equality falling behind.
The IWD theme of #ChooseToChallenge urges all to take responsibility and call out gender bias and inequality. Whether that is through strengthening skills of women throughout the supply chain; facilitating dialogue with partners and stakeholders on the value of gender equality; or supporting equal participation in politics and leadership to help drive improved outcomes for all society.
Together, we can not only make a significant difference to the lives of women, but impact humankind.” Sharon Morris GM CIPS Australia & New Zealand
Women in Procurement
What have been their challenges and who have been their inspiration? What makes a good leader and what do they #ChooseToChallenge?
Shout About Your Success
The CIPS Excellence in Procurement Awards - showcase and celebrate the best work and teams in the Procurement profession.
Promoting, supporting and encouraging equality, diversity and inclusion (ED&I) in the procurement profession, so everyone can participate and reach their full potential.
Current MCIPS and FCIPS members can evidence commitment to their professional career and ethical procurement and supply by upgrading to Chartered status.