At GECA, we know that procurement professionals have an integral role to play in the sustainability of their organisations. So we’re thrilled that our CEO, Kate Harris, will be speaking on Day 2 of the 4th Annual Women in Procurement & Supply Chain conference (1 – 3 May) in Sydney.
PANEL DISCUSSION: Moving beyond cost-savings and commercialisation into corporate social responsibility
Is corporate social responsibility an oxymoron in the procurement and supply chain context?
How do we align corporate social responsibility with highly-commercial business models?
Can we place a price and value on socially-responsible procurement?
Why does corporate governance, transparency and visibility matter?
What’s needed to fast-track your sustainable and socially-responsible procurement programs?
Jonathan Dutton, Director, JD Consultancy
Kate Harris, CEO, GECA
Shae Howard, ICT Category Director; IDG Policy & Innovation, Department of Finance, Services and Innovation (NSW)
Lucia Schiavo, Manager, Contracts & Procurement, Commercial Services, Actew AGL
Maggie Friday, Procurement Manager, Anglicare SA
Karen Walker-Jones, Assistant Director, Corporate Services, Finance & Business Support Division, Department of Agriculture and Water Resources
This unique event offers a platform for procurement stakeholders to share their experiences, insights, stories and best-practice innovations. Mention GECA for a 10% discount to attend.