Procurex Wales and GO Awards Wales – 3 weeks to go!
We are now only 3 weeks away from Procurex Wales and GO Awards Wales, taking place on 18 March in Cardiff.
With some fantastic speakers confirmed, and over 1600 delegates already registered to attend, book your place today for Procurex Wales.
- Keynote Arena chaired by Sian Lloyd, TV presenter, journalist and broadcaster
- Nigel Owens – Welsh Rugby Referee - will deliver an inspiring speech with a focus on leadership and overcoming adversity
- New Procurement Skills Academy Zone featuring sessions on contract management, specification writing and evaluation techniques
- New Prosperity for All Zone featuring sessions on Sustainable Procurement, Circular Economy and Social Value
- 80+ exhibition stands on the floor, including Welsh Government, NPS and Business Wales pavilions
With so much to see and do, take a moment to download the pre-event planner and start to plan your day.
For those lucky enough to be finalists at the GO Awards Wales then best of luck! Book to attend the evening gala dinner and ceremony, (non finalists are also welcome).
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