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Wed 27 Jul 2016
Rachel Sharp Rachel Sharp

Talk of protectionism and trade tariffs has reared its ugly head as geopolitical uncertainty strikes. Procurement must think ahead and prepare its supply chain for all eventualities.

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Tue 26 Jul 2016
Alex Gray Alex Gray

Supplier diversity, big data and procurement transformation are setting the agenda in South African procurement. But what lessons have procurement chiefs learnt from initiatives in this area and what can others learn?

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Fri 22 Jul 2016
Georgina Walker Georgina Walker

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

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Thu 21 Jul 2016
Simon Fahie Simon Fahie

Simon Fahie, managing director, EMEA at IQNavigator, discusses how the oil and gas sector manages talent despite facing volatile headwinds

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Tue 19 Jul 2016
Natalie Henfrey Natalie Henfrey

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

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Fri 15 Jul 2016
Courtney Frazer-Bates Courtney Frazer-Bates

Technology trends, such as virtual reality, can create a wealth of opportunities for procurement, as long as the function embraces and accepts change

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Thu 14 Jul 2016
Lily Fish Lily Fish

CPOs at Biogen and Centrica discuss the challenges and opportunities big data presents to procurement, delving a little deeper into what the technology means for the function

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Wed 13 Jul 2016
Rachel Sharp Rachel Sharp

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

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Tue 12 Jul 2016
Sophie Dyer Sophie Dyer

While assessing the repercussions of the UK’s decision to leave the European Union , procurement needs to be careful not to undo the corporate social responsibility policies and sustainable practices it has worked hard to implement

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Fri 08 Jul 2016
Rachel Sharp Rachel Sharp

This direct attack on the nation as an outsourcing opportunity comes as another blow to the Bangladeshi garment industry, after the graft it had put in to overhaul the industry in the wake of the Rana Plaza factory collapse in 2013.

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