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CIPS 23 September 2020

Brexit is back on the agenda and procurement managers are gearing up for the next set of challenges for their supply chains.

The continuing path to Brexit

Brexit is back on the agenda and procurement managers are gearing up for the next set of challenges for their supply chains.

The last survey, which was published in March 2019, found that UK exporters would foot the bill for Brexit border delays according to EU supply chain managers. One in five said they would expect a discount if goods were delayed by just one day.

Procurement and supply chain professionals are an essential link in managing risk and opportunity for businesses and economies, and in guiding their organisations along this complex path. So CIPS can continue to accurately reflect the views of the procurement community in the UK, Europe and beyond, we would appreciate two minutes of your time to complete this next short survey.

The survey will close at 9am on the 5th of October 2020  and we expect to release the findings late October, and at the UK conference.

As a thank you for your time, we will enter you into a prize draw to win £100 worth of Amazon vouchers. You will also be able to log this as one continuing professional development (CPD) hour. At the end of the survey there will also be sources of help which you may find useful for your own path to Brexit. CIPS members can log one hour of continuing professional development for completing the survey.

If you have a positive or negative Brexit-related story to tell about your own experiences and preparations, please contact press@cips.org.
Thank you

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