Thursday, 29 September 2016

eWorld Sept 2016 - A Brave New World

This years eWorld Procurement and Supply Summit was a first time for three members of our team. All of us armed with the prior experience of tradeshows but were surprised by the range of procurement innovations and technologies on show.

Having travelled down to the QEII Centre from our office in the south-west, we were able to enjoy a few of the sights of Central London in the very early hours of the morning as we walked across Westminster Bridge and past the likes of Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament.

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As we arrived it was a hive of activity with our business development managers getting ready for the day and early delegates arriving eager for the opportunity to discuss the very latest progress in procurement technology.

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The day also gave us a fantastic opportunity to meet some of the other exhibitors at the event such as our partners Per Angusta and Odesma.

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We also had the time to ‘get involved’ with some others that we saw at the event, such as the team from Procurious who were running their social media clinic and some of the presentations that we going on throughout the day.

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However the highlight of the day was the presentation from Nick Drewe of Market Dojo and Nick Ford of Odesma discussing the ‘Transforming Aggreko to Procurement Leaders’ (which will shortly be released on our resources page).

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Once we got back, it was time to choose the winner of our eWorld competition and Adam Creme from Innovators International was the lucky individual to win a free month's license of Market Dojo’s software.



A big thank you to Claire Boffey and all of her team at Revolution for the amazing event as well as everyone who took the time to attend and participate in the day.


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