Hadn’t heard about it? Not a member of Common Purpose? Book your seat for the Procurement Conference. There is 3 billion Euro potentially on offer. You will rub shoulders with “decision makers.” Want to stop brexit? Great so does all the other folk there.
Good job we have all those great DUP politicians. People in position. Blackmail. Well it would be if there were blacks there and they were to send you mail. There are NO BLACKS going. Literally in 2019. This will have to be remedied.
It’s on at the La Mon Hotel from 08:30 in the morning (ironically) on September 11 2019.
They grey scaled the image below to create ambiguity but this is a white presenting woman who has a degree of privilege. Crafty. Not gettin away that easy.
Who will you meet?
The Northern Ireland Procurement Conference, alongside hearing expert speakers and taking part in in-depth Q&A sessions, presents the opportunity to network with those involved in procurement throughout Northern Ireland. Procurement professionals and those working in other advisory roles from organisations across the public, private and voluntary/community sectors will be at the conference, including:
- Chief Executives / Executive Directors
- Board members / Non-Executive Directors
- Purchasing officers / managers
- Compliance officers / managers
- Finance Directors
- Legal and financial advisors
- Other procurement professionals
agendaNi magazine’s annual procurement conference will examine what effective public procurement means for organisations in Northern Ireland. The conference will have a genuine, in-depth understanding of the key issues via a high-level panel of local and visiting speakers. Discussion topics for 2019 include:
- The changing legal framework for public procurement;
- The impact of Brexit for Northern Ireland organisations in terms of procurement;
- Navigating the EU Public Procurement Directives;
- Local government procurement;
- Procurement as a strategic and innovative function;
- Procurement across the health sector;
- Engaging the utility supply chain;
- Creating social value in procurement;
- Best practice in procurement: case studies from outside Northern Ireland.
Loads of cool anti-Brexit Commie P folks will be there. Worth a look.
Lol Some rippin revolving doors on this one, Bohill works for Belfast Shitty Council, Queen’s University and has just left RLC. Good job those great old prods at the Newsletter are there so we don’t have to scratch the surface on the nepotism of this one. Could it be the Canadians using their leverage to support their fellow psychotic corrupt fake liberals in the EU?
Will dig further and chase up the no blacks thing. Why no blacks?