The Procurement News Digest: Polycrisis & procurement teams

This week's procurement news round-up covers: The importance of procurement teams, calls for urgent action to avert further crises, EVs and indirect spend

No procurement team is an island

Why your procurement teams are the key to business success and why letting them lead will give your organisation an array of untapped advantages

Dun & Bradstreet urges procurement 'to act on risk'

Dun & Bradstreet GM North America, Finance & Risk, Brian Alster, tells Supply Chain Digital Show C-suiters must 'act with urgency' on supply risk

Electric motorcycles set for UAE distribution: Blitz Motors’

Blitz Motors partnered with VCR International to dominate global electric motorcycle supply chain with leading position in smart electric motorcycles

10 lessons from CPOs on the polycrisis: Procurement Leaders

Procurement network and community for CPOs and their leadership teams Procurement Leaders, produces guide outlining 10 ways that CPOs can overcome crises

Understanding indirect category management to manage spend

With indirect expenses accounting for around 35-45% of the average company's overall spend, understanding indirect category management is now crucial

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