17th Annual Chemical and Pharma Strategic Sourcing & Procurement Summit

Sourcing and procurement have a number of different and unusual characteristics, both in their structure and in the nature of their business operations, which are little known outside the industries but which materially affect the process of bringing new strategies and seeking out a successful partnership. Against the backdrop, we observe upcoming trends which are affecting the future of the chemical and pharma industries: sustainability, demographics, and technology.     

The 17th Annual Chemical and Pharma Strategic Sourcing & Procurement Summit has been designed to investigate how these observations as well as the strategic context of the chemical and pharma industries are changing and deliberate about business expansion through automated technology. At this remarkable meeting, experienced leaders will dwell on major challenges and trends in the field of procurement & sourcing, such as recovering production after lockdowns, touchless procurement, centralised data management, automation tools, strategies for successful partnership, reinventing procurement function, ways for cost-savings, procurement value matrix and much more.

Do you want to know how to create a robust procurement strategy, or how to make procurement the heart of what you do? Do not miss a chance to reserve your seat among C-Level experts and join this interactive business conference on 2nd – 3rd March 2022. If you are looking for a place where you can learn and get inspired by top players within pharma & chemical industries, this is the right place!

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Key speakers

Inna <b>PANKINA</b>


Head of Procurement for Services
Fraser <b>HILL</b>

Fraser HILL

General Manager Digital & Process Transformation
Victor <b>SCARANTE</b>


Head Corporate Services Procurement
Dagmar <b>LAUE</b>

Dagmar LAUE

Global Procurement Leader
Remi <b>CHARACHON </b>


Group CPO & Transform

Key topics

  • Materials shortages: How to handle material shortages and be better prepared for the future
  • The collaborative player: Clear need for procurement to function less as an isolated unit within an organisation
  • The new bottom line in procurement – Strategies for successful partnerships
  • Sustainability and environmentalism: Procurement with a purpose
  • How today’s procurement trends drive tomorrow’s innovations: The prime focus on the forces of change that will reshape the future of procurement
  • The higher the procurement value proposition, the better procurement is perceived: How to get the elusive “seat at the table”?
  • Unleash the power of procurement: Using process automation tools to implement the strategy and monitor its progress
  • Centralised data management: How to enhance supplier evaluation and risk management, as well as provide valuable insights through external data
  • Changing in procurement cost-reduction targets as a result of COVID-19

Who Should Attend

Members of board, C-level, Senior/Global Vice Presidents, Directors, Heads of departments from chemical, petrochemical and pharmaceutical industries involved in:

  • Procurement
  • Global Procurement
  • Sourcing
  • Strategic Sourcing
  • Direct Procurement
  • Indirect Procurement
  • Purchasing
  • Procurement Transformation
  • Procurement Excellence
  • Category Management
  • Demand Management
  • Spend Management
  • Procurement Strategy
  • Procurement Quality Management
  • Contracting
  • Supplier Relations Management