13-14 July

Disruption, creativity and the future were the key topics at this year’s Ovation, held in Lucerne. With over 40 Global CPO’s from the world’s leading companies in attendance, two days of intense discussion, debate and business-changing questions ensued.


Read this year’s event write-up here.


Register your interest in attending the 2017 event here.


Ovation is the most prestigious event in procurement’s calendar. Held over two days, with many of the world’s most experienced and well-known CPOs in attendance, the event is the manifestation of the thought leadership and debate taking place among the Procurement Leaders Ovation community.

Designed to drive innovation and continuous progress in procurement, Ovation challenges the current thinking and strategies of group-level CPOs in forward-thinking, global companies.

It provides a forum for leaders to gather and explore how best to embrace leading-edge concepts such as Supplier-Enabled Innovation as well as new technologies and techniques. The exclusive two-day summit is supported by world-renowned speakers, a second-to-none networking experience and in-depth research and intelligence.

Ovation membership also provides CPOs with year-round insights, content that will enable you to drive your function forward and that will continue to challenge your thinking, while our innovation benchmark study will provide the knowledge and tools that allow the development of a leading-edge Supplier-Enabled Innovation strategy.

At the two-day summit, Ovation members benefit from a unique combination of interactive discussions, thought-provoking presentations and scenario workshops. No other event is as tailored to your individual challenges and needs as Ovation; and no other event will put you in touch with the most relevant peers so efficiently.

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