Way to GO Wales!
The Government Opportunities (GO) Welsh Public Procurement Conference 2021 is coming to Wales on 30 November!
This exciting new virtual conference will celebrate how the procurement community came together to deal with the unprecedented challenges of COVID-19 and will look ahead to how procurement can support Wales in its recovery.
Speakers will come from across the procurement community and include Rebecca Evans, Minister for Finance and Local Government, John Coyne, new Director of Commercial & Procurement, Welsh Government, Jonathan Irvine, Director of Procurement and Health Courier Services, NHS Wales Shared Services Partnership and Malcolm Harrison, CIPS CEO.
For more details and to register visit the event website.
Don’t forget – Procurex Wales will return to the Motorpoint Arena on 26 April next year.
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