Procurecon Connect 2023: Join Cirtuo at the event!

Procurecon Connect 2023 in Amsterdam is just around the corner! Join Cirtuo from May 10 –  11 at the invitation-only forum for Chief Procurement Officers  (CPOs) and Heads of Procurement from the world’s leading companies. The event will take place in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, at Novotel Amsterdam City Hotel.

This year’s speakers’ includes a wide variety of procurement leaders, such as several notable Chief Procurement Officers and Heads of Procurement.

Procurecon Connect 2023: Program topics

  • Global instability has led to price and supply shocks that have caused unprecedented challenges to our procurement strategies.
  • Discover how Europe’s leading companies are re-positioning procurement from a service center to a strategic business partner.
  • Join 80 CPOs and senior-level procurement decision-makers for a highly productive learning and networking experience.
  • With a mix of high-level strategic panels and interactive discussions focused on your biggest priorities, you’ll be able to benchmark your procurement capabilities to help you drive greater business impact.
  • Plus, meet with hand-picked solution providers matching your interests to determine who best meets your procurement needs.

View the full agenda

Day 1: 10 May 2023

Day 2: 11 May 2023

Event Information

When: 10/05/2023 – 11/05/2023
Where: Novotel Amsterdam City

Cirtuo is an official sponsor

As an official sponsor of Procurecon Connect 2023, Cirtuo looks forward to meeting you at the conference. Our procurement experts from the EU Team will be able to introduce you to our AI-powered category management software. As leaders in automating category strategy creation, we look forward to helping you achieve results that lead to greater business impact and value delivery.

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