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2017 Chief Procurement Officer Exchange Agenda

Download the 2017 Chief Procurement Officer Exchange Brochure to learn more about this year's event!

Additional Event Information

2016 Chief Procurement Officer Exchange Survey

IQPC Exchange surveyed 50 senior level procurement executives to determine the most necessary investment areas for 2016/2017. Check out what they said by downloading the 2016 Chief Procurement Officer Exchange Survey Results,

Articles

Skipstone Case Study: An Event Above The Rest

In this case study, Skipstone gives qualitative details about their experience sponsoring with IQPC Exchange. Skipstone gives examples of how an Exchange, an exclusive in-person event with decision maker attendees, is different from other events and how the Exchange has helped further their business goals.

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2016 Chief Procurement Officer Post Event Report

The 2016 edition Chief Procurement Officer Exchange aimed to present solutions to common challenges facing expanded requirements and increased pressure to strategically source. This unique forum offered professionals a chance to have an open and frank dialogue with others in their role and to form relationships through networking. Take a peak into last years Exchange by downloading the 2016 Post Event Report.

Interviews

A Q & A with Mark Wan, Vice President and Head of Strategic Sourcing for Webster Bank

Mark Wan,  discusses today's challenges for procurement executives, the benefits of data visualization, procure to pay, and what makes a culture of procurement. 

A Q & A with Chad Johnson, Vice President of Procurement Services for McKesson

Chad Johnson discusses today's challenges for procurement executives, the benefits of data visualization, procure to pay, and what makes a culture of procurement. 

Procurement Insights from W. Lamar Chesney

The name W. Lamar Chesney is well known throughout the corporate world. As a former CFO and CPO for companies such as Delta Air Lines, Marsh McLennan, SunTrust Banks & The Coca-Cola Company, it is no wonder that he has the respect and admiration of many current and aspiring C-suite executives.