PROCUREMENT & SUPPLY CHAIN LEADERS FORUM

0900-1700

Birmingham

4 April 2019

THE ONLY DEDICATED EVENT FOR PROCUREMENT & SUPPLY CHAIN LEADERS IN REGULATED INDUSTRIES

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NOWHERE ELSE CAN YOU:

  • Meet 150+ of the most influential procurement and supply chain leaders across the UK’s largest utilities in one day
  • Gain first-hand insight on how regulatory changes, Brexit and other external risks will impact procurement and supply chain management in utilities & regulated industries
  • Hear the challenges and successes from mega projects being managed by Network Rail & Spirit Energy
  • Learn how systems, technology and digitalisation are improving procurement processes with first-hand insight from Anglian Water, Cadent and United Utilities
  • Find out how the Infrastructure Client Group is innovating the infrastructure delivery model
  • Discuss your challenges with like-minded procurement & supply chain leaders during dedicated roundtable discussions

HEAR FROM:

Eoin O'Neill 150 x 150

Eoin O'Neill, Deputy regional director, Network Rail

Karen Thompson 150 x 150

Karen Thompson, ISC direct procurement lead, Anglian Water

Dale Evans 150 x 150

Dale Evans, Chair, Infastructure Client Group & director, @one Alliance

Scott Fotheringham 150 x 150

Scott Fotheringham, Contracts & claims manager, EDF 

Normal Kotecha 150 x 150

Nirmal Kotecha, Director of capital programme & procurement, UK Power Networks

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Andy Clark, Head of procurement & contract management, Yorkshire Water

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Procurement professionals in utilities face pressure from all sides: to cut costs without compromising on outcomes; to make optimum use of massive advances in technology; and to develop more efficient and effective ways of partnering with their supply chains. As new challenges emerge, they must adopt new business practices and demonstrate agility to unlock value and enable innovation in the supply chain. Investment in the right people and processes is critical to deliver long-term, innovative solutions that lower costs without compromising on quality.