Procurement & Supply Chain LIVE 2022: Risk & Resilience

Back for a second year at the Tobacco Dock (London), find out everything you need to know about Procurement Magazine and Supply Chain Digital’s live event

This year, sister publications Procurement Magazine and Supply Chain Digital are heading back to the Tobacco Dock (London, UK) to host Procurement & Supply Chain LIVE: The Risk & Resilience Conference.

The two-day hybrid event will be held on the 27th and 28th of April 2022, in-person and broadcast live via our fully interactive virtual platform.

To attend in-person or virtually for Procurement & Supply Chain LIVE: Risk & Resilience, click here.

Risk and resilience in procurement and supply chain 

This year’s core focus for the event will be risk and resilience, where global senior industry leaders and expert analysts will take part in keynotes, roundtable discussions, Q&A sessions and 1-2-1 networking across the two days to provide actionable inspirations and unique insights for our attendees to take away. 

To attend in-person or virtually for Procurement & Supply Chain LIVE: Risk & Resilience, click here

Across these two unmissable days, the agenda will include seven core themes:

  • Supply Chain Risk & Resilience 
  • Digital Procurement
  • Transformation 
  • Supply Chain Sustainability 
  • The Global Logistic Forum 
  • Supplier & Contract Management 
  • Digital Ecosystems

To explore the full agenda for Procurement & Supply Chain LIVE: Risk & Resilience, click here.

Our 2022 speakers

Last year, Procurement & Supply Chain LIVE featured a host of global leaders from the industry such as Ninian Wilson (Vodafone), Jacqueline Rock (NHS), Robert Copeland (G4S), and Kuda Kadungure (UK Parliament). 

These speakers discussed a range of topics including COVID-19, sustainability, supply chain disruption, cybersecurity, talent, procurement ecosystems and many more!
To watch the speakers from last year’s event, click here.

This year, our speakers include Prudence Jacobson (IBM Consulting), Alisa Bornstein (Visa), Stephany Lapierre (TealBook), Jonathan Colehower (UST), Daniel Weise (BCG), and many, many more! 

To see our list of speakers for 2022 and to register for weekly updates as more are announced, click here.
To attend in-person or virtually for Procurement & Supply Chain LIVE: Risk & Resilience, click here. ​​​​​​​

Get to know the venue: Tobacco Dock

“The coolest sustainable venue in London!”

Located in the heart of East London, the Tobacco Dock was built in 1812 to be used as a bustling hub for luxury commodities from the New World. 

Ambitiously restored in 2012, the Tobacco Dock is a Grade 1 listed building and, rightfully so, dubbed a masterpiece of industrial architecture and an icon in London’s landscape.

Want to become a sponsor of Procurement & Supply Chain LIVE?

This year, we have a number of sponsors showcasing their values, products, and services. 

If you would like to join these leading organisations and put yourself and your brand in front of key industry decision-makers, gain access to thousands of potential partners, and influence businesses at the highest level, get in touch via our online form to find out more information. 

Click here, to find out more about becoming a sponsor of Procurement & Supply Chain LIVE.


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