Procurex Wales 2020: 19 October 2020
Procurex Wales takes place online this year on Monday 19 October.
The event will see all aspects of the exhibition replicated digitally, through a virtual exhibition, procurement skills academy zones, keynote speakers and networking opportunities for procurement professionals and suppliers.
A webinar will be held ahead of the event on Monday 5 October at 2pm, to provide a first look at what to expect from Procurex Wales. For many of you, virtual events may be a new experience, and this webinar will help you understand how accessible and easy the digital event will be to navigate. Register for the pre-event webinar here.
Procurex Wales 2020 allows you to join the event from any location via your desktop, mobile or other device. In addition, if you miss anything, you can catch up later using the on-demand service, available for 30 days after the event.
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