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Glocalised Procurement – Think Global, Act Local
Glocalisation in procurement is more than just looking at what can be procured globally. It’s a new phenomenon, that allows for the adaptation of global and international strategies, into the local contexts. Done properly, glocalisation is a stronger economic development than globalisation and localisation separated. We look at the feasibility of applying this concept in developing economies – the pros and cons and the success stories.
The CPO Forum (9th Annual)
Public Sector Supply Chain Summit (14th Annual)
Corporate Sourcing & Supply Chain Management Summit (16th Annual)
This private sector-focused conference provides cutting-edge strategies that CPOs and their teams can implement in the new landscape of technology, disrupted supply chain and a ndrive to sustainable procurement. Under the banner of Glocalisation , the 16th Annual summit will provide global sourcing benchmarking , case studies and thought leadership for Africa’s procurement community.
APMP SA’s Annual Conference
APMP SA’s Annual Conference is Africa’s largest in-person conference for bid, proposal, tender, capture, business development, and graphics professionals. Professionals attend for the industry education, networking and to be part of a community of like-minded professionals. We do this by bringing the industry together to learn, share and collaborate.
Sponsors and Partners
The ❤ of Smart Procurement
Smart Procurement World Corporate Expo
This is an opportunity for corporate solutions providers to meet sourcing, procurement, purchasing and buying professionals from both government and the private sector. This year top providers from across the globe will showcase their leading-edge solutions online.
11th Annual Absa ESD Event
This is the largest linkage platform for SMME suppliers where buyers support true market access. Join this year’s SMME programme, or host your suppliers to take advantage of all that this year’s Absa partnership will bring.
DID YOU KNOW?
Over the years every event sees 30% of the exhibiting SMMEs secure business at an average of R100 000 per deal.
– That is R95 160 000 business generated at ESD Expo’s