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Event Details

 

28 Apr
2020
 

ISM2020

   

 

Where
Boston, MA
United States
 

 

ISM2020 is THE procurement and supply chain management event of the year. Developed by leading professionals and thought leaders, this event is a can’t miss for practitioners looking to excel in the transformation taking place in supply management today. From signature sessions reviewing real-life case studies and solutions developed in digital transformation to research panels revealing the latest trends in SRM and sourcing-for-value, ISM2020 is about networking with peers and industry experts, seeing the latest products and getting up to speed quickly on tackling the challenges of today to create successes for tomorrow.

 

2000+ Professional Peers

Interact with over 2,000 supply management professionals from across the world covering industries from retail to manufacturing and from service to finance and insurance.

70+ Sessions

Over 70 sessions within focused educational tracks featuring the hottest topics, practical tips and research trends. Topics have ranged from digital transformation and CSR to sourcing for value and finding talent in a competitive market.

100+ Sponsors & Exhibitors

Meet face-to-face with over 100 supplier organizations to learn about new solutions, view technical demonstrations and interact with prospective partners.

 

Keynote Speakers


The ISM Annual Conference has been known to draw in highly sought-after speakers focusing on key issues, inspiring stories and top trends impacting the procurement and supply chain profession today. This year's speakers are no exception with two globally-recognized speakers discussing their experience in leadership, negotiation, decision making and taking strategic action.

Audience participation is encouraged through on-site Q&A through the mobile app.

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Nikki Haley
Former US Permanent Representative, United Nations

 

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General James Mattis
Former Secretary of Defense and retired Marine General

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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