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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.

UK pharma industry rides the waves of Brexit

UK pharma industry rides the waves of Brexit

The outlook for the UK pharmaceuticals industry may be less bleak than originally predicted in the wake of the UK’s decision to withdraw from the European Union Read more
Thinking ahead to avoid the challenges of tomorrow

Thinking ahead to avoid the challenges of tomorrow

Natalie Henfrey, management consultant at PA Consulting, discusses the threat of recession following the UK’s vote to leave the European Union and steps procurement can take to ensure the function doesn’t return to the days of cost cutting Read more
Softbank to acquire microchip supplier ARM

Softbank to acquire microchip supplier ARM

Japanese telecoms group to take over UK chipmaker to drive its Internet of Things business, despite Brexit Read more
What Does the UK's New Prime Minister Mean for Procurement?

What Does the UK's New Prime Minister Mean for Procurement?

Now the Theresa May has ascended to the role of prime minister, will businesses finally learn more about what the UK’s post-Brexit future holds? Read more
Assessing the impact of Brexit on sustainability

Assessing the impact of Brexit on sustainability

Procurement needs to be careful not to undo the corporate social responsibility policies and sustainable practices it has worked hard to implement Read more

Please feel free to contact the Procurement Leaders Membership Director, Andrew Burden directly at a.burden@procurementleaders.com with any questions or feedback you may have.


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