We’re LIVE: Procurement & Supply Chain LIVE New York – Day 2

Procurement & Supply Chain LIVE New York - Day 2
Join us for day two of Procurement & Supply Chain LIVE New York, the ultimate virtual event for leaders in North America and Canada

Returning this summer, Procurement & Supply Chain LIVE New York is being streamed virtually to attendees on 5 and 6 of June. 

Across two action-packed days, those attending will have the opportunity to hear from leading industry experts as they discuss AI, sustainability, Scope 3, digital transformation, logistics, risk and resilience, strategic sourcing and supplier diversity. 

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What’s in store for day two of Procurement & Supply Chain LIVE New York?

Kickstarting day two of the event, Mike Schanker, EVP of Strategy at Coupa, will take to the virtual stage to discuss ‘Conquering Today's Confidence Crisis: Using AI to Manage Through Uncertainty and Change’.

Following Mike, attendees will have the opportunity to hear from:

  • Patricia Mendoza Rodriguez, Vice President of Procurement at Reynolds American
  • Ed Thomas, Senior Vice President at ProcessUnity
  • Marco Braga, Chief Procurement Officer and Global Inbound Logistics Director at VALE S.A
  • Thiago Braga, Senior Program Officer (SPO) at Alberta Health Services
  • Joshua Dubroff, Chief Procurement Officer at the University System of New Hampshire
  • Ken Bradley, Chief Strategy Officer at Lytica
  • Melissa Warneke, Vice President, Head of Sustainable Procurement at Aon
  • Heidi Banks, Sr. Director - Global Indirect Procurement at Jabil
  • Sandeep Bhide, Vice President of Product Management at ProcessUnity
  • Kathy Presto, Chief Procurement Officer at HH Global
  • Darcy MacClaren, Chief Revenue Officer, SAP Digital Supply Chain at SAP
  • Vitold Horodecki, Americas Chief Procurement Officer at Capgemini

Day two panels to attend

Procurement & Supply Chain Transformation Panel

Exploring the evolving landscape of procurement and supply chain management in the digital age, the Procurement & Supply Chain Transformation Panel will feature leading executives from Alberta Health Services, the University System of New Hampshire, Lytica and Aon.

Sponsored by Lytica, panellists will share insights on leveraging technology, driving efficiency and fostering innovation to drive transformative change.

Supply Chain Risk & Resilience Panel 

Sponsored by ProcessUnity, the Supply Chain Risk & Resilience Panel will feature leading executives from HH Global, SAP and ProcessUnity. During the panel, executives will share strategies and best practices to mitigate risks, enhance resilience and drive transformative change in supply chain operations.

For those attending, this is a golden opportunity to gain valuable insights into building sustainable and agile supply chains in a rapidly-changing business landscape. 

More to come in 2024…

Procurement & Supply Chain LIVE will be hosting two more events in 2024:

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