Four Speakers Announced for P&SC LIVE London

Procurement & Supply Chain LIVE London Speakers
Executives from Vodafone, Unipart, Mastercard and SAP will join Procurement and Supply Chain LIVE when it returns on September 24 & 25

Returning this autumn in person, Procurement & Supply Chain LIVE London takes place at the BDC on 24 and 25 September. 

Through engaging presentations, panel discussions, and networking opportunities, Procurement & Supply Chain LIVE London offers a rich learning experience that can be accessed both in person and virtually from anywhere in the world.

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Over the course of two days, Procurement & Supply Chain LIVE London will explore a diverse range of topics, giving attendees the chance to learn from and network with internationally renowned business leaders.

During the event, those attending will not only be able to hear from C-suite executives delivering inspirational keynotes, but they will also have the opportunity to take part in meaningful discussions as part of eight panels and four workshops. 

Themes for 2024 at Procurement & Supply Chain LIVE London:

  • Supply Chain Transformation
  • Procurement Technology
  • Procurement Strategy
  • Sustainability and ESG
  • AI in Supply Chain
  • Supply Chain Finance
  • Logistics and Distribution
  • Supplier Relationship Management

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Ninian Wilson, CEO, Vodafone Procurement Company

Ninian Wilson, CEO of Vodafone Procurement

As the leader of the supply chain organisation at Vodafone Plc, Ninian Wilson is responsible for all technology procurement and indirect spending across Vodafone's 26 operating companies. He also serves as a board member.

With a career spanning over 30 years, Wilson has witnessed the evolution of the procurement industry from a back-office function to a key driver of business success.

He began his career in the supplies and transport function at British Gas, with his first senior management role at Transco in 1995. This experience paved the way for his move to Cable & Wireless in 2000, where he took on his first Chief Procurement Officer (CPO) role at the age of 34.

Before joining Vodafone, Wilson worked at Royal Mail, where he quickly adapted to managing a vast workforce of 158,000 people.

In 2016, he achieved one of his proudest career milestones by becoming the CEO of Vodafone’s procurement division.

Darren Leigh, CEO at Unipart

Darren Leigh, CEO at Unipart

Darren Leigh joined Unipart in April 2020 as Chief Financial Officer and was also appointed Chief Risk Officer in October 2020. Darren was appointed Chief Executive Officer of Unipart in October 2022.

In Darren's first full year as CEO in 2023, Unipart reported a strong year of growth and expansion. The company surpassed £1 billion in revenue and materially strengthened profitability.

Darren is driving forward a clear growth strategy for Unipart in 2024. The strategy, which spans across Unipart's seven core market sectors, focuses on achieving sustainable, scalable growth with new and existing customers, leveraging and growing Unipart's portfolio of Supply Chain products, services and solutions to deliver the Unipart customer promise.

Brooke DiNatale, Senior Vice President and Head of Product for Global Treasury Solutions, Mastercard

Brooke DiNatale, Senior Vice President and Head of Product for Global Treasury Solutions, Mastercard

Brooke DiNatale is the Senior Vice President and Head of Product for Global Treasury Solutions at Mastercard, developing products and capabilities for Large and Middle Market Treasurers and CFOs, as well as Transaction banks. 

Treasury Solutions focuses on Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and working capital solutions and partnerships across the payment’s ecosystem.

Brooke’s previous role at Mastercard was leading European Commercial Solutions, focused on growing card-based T&E and B2B products and driving sales in the region.

Prior to joining Mastercard, Brooke worked for American Express in London and NYC, including leading the development and management of international loyalty solutions for Corporate Products. She has also been Director of Finance for a satellite media company and spent several years as an investment banker.

Jeff Collier, Chief Revenue Officer at SAP

Jeff Collier, Chief Revenue Officer for SAP Intelligent Spend and Business Network (Credit: LinkedIn)

As the Chief Revenue Officer for SAP’s division focused on solutions for supplier management, procurement, sourcing, contingent workforce, invoicing, and supply networks, Jeff Collier is responsible for ensuring customer and partner success, delivering on global revenue targets, defining go-to-market strategy, and influencing product strategy.

Jeff also serves on the board for GreenToken, a start-up venture offering a multi-commodity supply chain platform for tracing commingled raw materials.

More to come in 2024…

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