Started in 2009, the Supplier Diversity and Procurement Leadership Caucus is a signature USPAACC CelebrASIAN Business + Procurement Conference program that is a candid and in-depth discussion among peers - corporate and government supplier diversity and procurement leaders - who will explore the synergy between supplier diversity and procurement, mutual benefits and collaborative approaches, and insights into the current state and future of supplier diversity and procurement.
This year we will host our 35th Anniversary CelebrASIAN Business + Procurement Conference program virtually on October 21, 2020, from 12:00 to 1:15 pm Eastern Time, and will infuse new perspectives into the mix for all commodity areas, products, and services. Many of you have already expressed interest in opening up the session to strategic sourcing professionals who will share best practices, new niche markets, global trends, and more. This year we will tackle key issues that impact the current and future state of Supplier Diversity such as:
We strongly recommend that you attend this Caucus as it offers unique learning opportunities with a level of focus, affinity, and camaraderie not found at other conferences. Participating corporations include Trane Technologies, Nationwide, T-Mobile, and more.
Please invite your procurement colleagues to join us at this popular “can’t-miss” Caucus organized by USPAACC as part of our flagship, months-long commemoration of our 35th Anniversary CelebrASIAN Business + Procurement Conference – launched virtually since July 2020.
We look forward to your RSVP!
This is a pre-registered event using the Zoom platform.
If you currently serve as a leadership role & professional in supplier diversity, supply chain management, or procurement with major corporations and government agencies, please contact us to RSVP by Monday, October 19, 2020.Fill the registration form
USPAACC’s LiveTALK is a 45 minute to 1 hour long live discussion with speakers who share best practices, strategies, and answer questions on various topics such as financial stability, workforce engagement, business restructuring plans, stakeholder relationships, and opportunities that are opening up within supply chains.