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National Procurement Forum
Sydney, Australia - 30th April-1st May 2007
Conference / congress

This year’s event will examine:

•Aligning the procurement team with company strategy and achieving recognition as part of the organisation’s future success
•Case studies from leading global organisations
•Strategic purchasing – developing your strategy and market intelligence
•Uncovering potential savings and managing continuous cost improvement
•Developing systems to ensure a robust purchasing function/supply chain
•Supplier evaluation, selection and relationship management along your supply chain
•Public sector procurement – the new innovative approach to procurement initiatives

30th April-1st May 2007

Radisson Plaza Hotel

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Contact for booking / more info: -or 02 9080 4307

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