Free Webinar: The 7 Keys to Better Sourcing and Supplier Relationships

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Topic: The 7 Keys to Better Sourcing and Supplier Relationships
Date of webinar: Thursday 28th May 2015

Procurement function’s relationships with its suppliers are typically the foundation of how sourcing and Supply management programs perform. There are several things that sourcing and supply management pros can do to get things started on the right foot.

Join Craig Clark, Group Manager – Supply Category Management, MMG Limited and Dushyant Joshi, Regional Vice President, Zycus as they discuss the top 7 strategies and tactics procurement teams should pursue to drive savings while improving key supplier relationships.

Attend this 45 minute webinar to learn:

  • MMG’s vision and roadmap for strategic sourcing & procurement
  • Changes required within organizations to begin treating suppliers like real assets
  • How procurement can help key suppliers grow in value

Speakers: Craig Clark, Group Manager, Supply Category Management, MMG Limited and Dushyant Joshi, Regional Vice President, Zycus

Craig Clark

Craig Clark, Group Manager, Supply Category Management, Minerals and Metals Group
Craig comes with a solid blend of consulting and industry experience in Mining. Over eight years of tier one & in house consulting experience specializing in corporate strategy, procurement and strategic sourcing. Over twelve years of blue chip strategy, operations, procurement and business development experience in the metals, mining, and energy and FMCG industries.

Dushyant Joshi

Dushyant Joshi, Regional Vice President, Zycus
Highly experienced sales professional working in APAC/Europe regions in the area of Procurement Performance, Procure 2 Pay and Master Data Management Solutions with in depth knowledge of sourcing, procurement systems. Dushyant also Leads strategic initiatives, market development, thought leadership programs which helps to assess external market trends and conditions to identify opportunities and risks in managed spend categories.