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I’m excited to share the news with you that Nandini Basuthakur becomes the new CEO at Procurement Leaders today, spearheading the next phase of development for our organisation.
This change comes as we work on a number of new projects empowering our global members to accelerate innovation and transformation.
Nandini joined us as COO in 2015 bringing two decades of success expanding and growing organisations. She began her career with EY Management Consulting in APAC, served as Executive Committee member of CEB leading teams in North America, EMEA and India and most recently at Opower (now Oracle), where she was SVP and MD, tasked with launching their EMEA business and supporting their successful Nasdaq IPO.
Working with her over the past two years and seeing her passion for our clients and the function has shown me that she is the perfect leader to take our business forward. I know under her guidance the values of our organisation will be upheld and our members and partners will be inspired to future successes.
For my part, I will be continuing to stay on in the business supporting its development. Our aim when we started Procurement Leaders was to accelerate progress in global procurement functions and I’ve been proud to see the network go from a small gathering of professionals to the vibrant global community of leading companies it is today. I’d like to take the opportunity to thank our members, partners, team and friends who continue to make Procurement Leaders the great organisation it is.
Alex CEO & Co Founder,
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