Source One Ushers in the Future of Spend Management at ISM2016 as the Exclusive Sponsor of Exec IN
Willow Grove, PA (February 2, 2016) – Source One Management Services announces it partnership with the Institute for Supply Management as the exclusive sponsor of the Exec IN forum, taking place this May during the ISM Annual Conference in Indianapolis. The private event hosts senior-level supply management executives of top organizations ($1.5 billion + revenue) to address the challenges and opportunities specific to large supply chain operations.
The Exec IN forum is an exclusive component of ISM2016’s new Corporate Team experience program designed specifically for forward-thinking supply management executives to explore the future outlook of supply management. The all-day event includes unique networking sessions, executive development forums, and expert-led panel discussions. Among the highlights this year, ISM keynote speakers former President and CEO of Ford Motor Company, Alan Mulally and author of the bestselling book Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can’t Stop Talking, Susan Cain will engage Exec IN guests with private sessions.
“We’re honored to show our support for the Institute for Supply Management and sponsor the Exec IN conference. The forum is an excellent opportunity for executives from leading organizations to come together and shape the future of spend management. As a company founded on providing our clients with innovative procurement and strategic sourcing solutions, it is a privilege to be a part of an event that facilitates forward-thinking and innovation in the industry,” shared Source One’s CEO, Steve Belli.
In addition to sponsoring the Exec IN forum, Source One will also be exhibiting and presenting at ISM2016. Annual Conference goers are welcome to meet experts from the procurement services firm by stopping by booth #528 or attending Source One’s VP of Professional Services, Joe Payne’s session on managing responsibilities and succession planning in an increasingly contingent workforce.
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