Instinct Wave, Africa’s premium B2B event specialist has launched the second edition of Ghana Procurement and Supply Chain Awards (GPSCA 2019).
GPSCA 2019 is scheduled to hold at the plush Movenpick Ambassador Hotel on Friday September 20th 2019 at 6pm.
Now in its second year, the 2019 Ghana Procurement & Supply Chain Awards (GPSCA 2019) will honour the most esteemed, innovative, and transformative players in the industry.
It is a celebration of outstanding achievements of teams, stakeholders and individuals who have demonstrated an unparalleled ability to succeed and have continually set standards of excellence in the procurement and supply chain profession.
Procurement & supply chain has evolved over time, businesses are rapidly re-evaluating their procurement operating models and market strategies not just to withstand the market forces, but capitalize on them.
According to Instinctwave CEO, Akin Naphtal “As procurement is gaining more strategic importance within organizations, the expectations from this function are also increasing. This year, the 2nd GPSCA is raising the bar of excellence in the profession with the unveiling of a Ghana’s Top 20 Procurement Leaders during the awards ceremony”.
He noted that “As we emphasize the value and importance of the procurement function, we also convince organizations of the need for its further development and professionalization”.
The 2019 Ghana Procurement & Supply Chain awards goes beyond trophies & accolades, is a celebration of procurement & supply chain as a whole – its triumphs, progress, and the critical role it plays for businesses today.
Ghana Procurement & Supply Chain Awards, which is powered by Instinct Wave, is in partnership with, the Ministry of Procurement, Public Procurement Authority (PPA), Chartered Institute of Procurement (CIPS), Ghana Institute of Procurement & Supply (GIPS) and Chartered Institute of Supply Chain Management(CISCM).
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