Selling to corporates
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a social procurement webinar
with Natwest and Mediorite
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Make social procurement easier, faster and more impactful.
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About this event
A chance to get insights about accessing procurement opportunities from a leading procurement professional and a successful social supplier.
Learn how to be procurement-ready
Understand how buyers make decisions
Demystify the procurement process
This event allows social and environmental suppliers to learn about procurement processes and how best to engage clients and get more traded income. John Hayes, Head of Supply Chain Services at NatWest Group will give the buyer's view, while Lucy Ferguson, Director of Mediorite will explore how they've successfully engaged and sold to corporate buyers.
The event will consist of a short talk by each of the speakers followed by a Q & A and if time some networking and opportunities to trade contact details with other attendees.
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