React and respond: An enabling force for positive socioeconomic change

React and respond: An enabling force for positive socioeconomic change

The modern procurement function, working closely with finance and treasury, has the potential to facilitate the delivery of financially sustainable customer services that provide positive socioeconomic outcomes.

Discover insights from a panel of experts who discussed this topic during a session, hosted by Greensill, during Procurement Leaders' World Procurement Congress Virtual, that explored the steps procurement teams are taking to use finance to deliver social benefits.

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