The Advisory Committee of the Middle East Procurement Conference 2021, in its fifth session, announced the rescheduling of the conference activities and awards Middle East Procurement from September 08-09, 2021 to November 09-10, 2021, which takes place under Under the patronage of Sheikh Nayef bin Khalid Al Khalifa, after extensive consultations with the main participants from the partners Government officials and experts in the field of procurement and supply chains.
Dr. Muhammad Behzad, Secretary General of the Tender Board, said: “Through constructive consultation and direct communication, Between the Advisory Board and our partners, we have decided to change the date of the 2021 Middle East Procurement Conference to November to present An interactive virtual platform between all experts and specialists around the world and an additional opportunity to ensure the maximum benefit for all Conference participants.
More than 500 participants are expected to participate in the conference and more than 25 speakers will share their experiences and views On how purchasing leaders can be empowered to increase the effectiveness and impact of their departments and organizations, and apply the best and most comprehensive practices To achieve high business value. The conference is considered the first of its kind in the region, which will constitute an umbrella platform for the most prominent leaders in the procurement sector and the supply chain industry, senior specialists and officials in this field to study various challenges and solutions and explore areas of creativity in order to Development of the procurement sector.
The conference activities will include panel discussions, specialized workshops, various lectures, and a virtual exhibition showcasing the latest innovations in the sector Procurement and digital transformation, and the conference will also witness the third edition of the Middle East Procurement Awards to honor the latest achievements achieved in the procurement sector.
The Middle East Procurement Awards comprise 12 categories, namely: Procurement Champion Award, Best Young Professional Award, Award Procurement Influencer, Procurement Leader of the Year Award at the Executive Level, Procurement Project of the Year Award For the government sector, the award for the best procurement project for the private sector, the award for the best procurement team, the award for excellence in management Contracts, Best Procurement Digital Transformation Award, Innovative Procurement Procedures Award, Innovation and Excellence Award In the supply chain, in addition to the addition of the Procurement Sector Pioneer Award for the first woman to honor women working in the sector Purchases.