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EU referendum: Resources and Reactions

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While the United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union, Procurement Leaders fundamentals, values and commitment to our global membership community has not changed.


During this time of change and adjustment for many global organizations, we are dedicated to supporting our members in an agile fashion. You can count on us to continue to closely monitor the landscape as businesses move from speculation to planning. We will continue to update you with resources and reactions from the community on this page over the coming months of adjustment.

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EU referendum: Reactions

The membership community is currently tackling the same challenge. Now is the time to team-up with your procurement community peers to problem solve together.

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We want to learn, absorb and share insight with as many of our members in our community in a 1 to 1 fashion to be agile in developing support resources and research during this period of change. We encourage you to share your views with us here.

EU referendum: Resources

For convenience and efficiency, Procurement Leaders will continually collate the latest details on implications and opportunities being presented in addition to sharing some of the international perspectives of our 700 international member organizations.

First response: Implications for procurement from Theresa May's Brexit speech

First response: Implications for procurement from Theresa May's Brexit speech

UK prime minister delivers outlines most detailed plans for Brexit yet. The implications for procurement could be vast Read more
UK grocery suppliers being squeezed by supermarkets, research finds

UK grocery suppliers being squeezed by supermarkets, research finds

Suppliers are facing financial distress as burden of falling pound is passed down the food supply chain Read more
Procurement in 2017: Weathering the economic storm

Procurement in 2017: Weathering the economic storm

The function will come up against a slump in GDP and market volatility as the long-term shape of Brexit begins to emerge Read more
Pressure rising between suppliers and buyers

Pressure rising between suppliers and buyers

With currency volatility increasing in Europe, supplier relationships are once again feeling the strain as businesses search for cost savings Read more
North American procurement under pressure from Brexit

North American procurement under pressure from Brexit

North American firms will need to come out fighting as Brexit is yet another hit in what may be a prolonged bout of geopolitical uncertainty Read more

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