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Seeking 2022 Supply Chain & Procurement Awards Nominations

Supply Chain Now

February 17, 2022

The organizations and individuals who work in supply chain and procurement have a unique perspective on what makes business work. Managing a supply chain is so much more than moving goods, and procurement is responsible for far more than purchasing goods and services. Without a strategic approach to procurement and supply chain, no company can build or maintain a competitive advantage – especially in today’s complex global marketplaces.

On May 18th, 2022, join us for the 2022 Supply Chain and Procurement Awards, presented by Supply Chain Now, Buyers Meeting Point, and Art of Procurement, as we celebrate their global excellence and innovative leadership.

The 2022 Supply Chain & Procurement Awards are dedicated to the people and teams that make up the supply chain and procurement community. They are disruptive leaders who deliver excellence through digital transformation and innovative shipping practices. While their dedication and efforts are absolutely essential, they often go unnoticed, going the extra mile on a regular basis to keep the operation running smoothly.

Learn more: https://supplychainprocurementawards.com

There are nine awards being presented this year, and each has unique criteria that all successful applications must meet. Each application requires a $200 nomination fee, but 100% of all nomination fees will be donated to our charitable partner, Hope for Justice, at the conclusion of the awards. Nominations must be made by April 1, 2022.

Nominate an organization today: https://supplychainprocurementawards.com/nominations

Supply Chain Now Founder, CEO, and Host Scott Luton finishes every livestream and podcast with the following words, “Do good. Give forward. Be the change.” This message captures a core part of the personal and professional values carried by every member of the SCAPAs team.

This year, we have selected Hope for Justice as our beneficiary non-profit organization. The problem of human slavery and trafficking is devastating and is a key concern of businesses and consumers around the globe. Fortunately, it is a problem that supply chain and procurement professionals are uniquely well-positioned to address. By increasing the transparency and traceability of our suppliers and supply chains, we can work towards the eradication of this particularly heinous form of human suffering.

All award nomination fees and a percentage of the sponsorships earned by this year’s SCAPAs will be donated to Hope for Justice.

Learn more about Hope for Justice: https://hopeforjustice.org/