Aid & International Development Forum is going to organise a webinar about emergency procurement trends and advice. Representatives of private sector companies currently supplying humanitarian and development programmes, or who are interesting in getting involved can join this unique webinar. Besides, procurement professionals at NGOs, UN agencies, donor and government agencies are also welcome to join in this online event.
Aid & International Development Forum’s Head of Marketing Alina O’Keeffe said to NGO News, I think it might be useful to many professionals working in the aid and development sector. I strongly believe webinar on Advice & Trends in Emergency Procurement and Humanitarian Aid is an important event.
Title: Advice & Trends in Emergency Procurement and Humanitarian Aid
Date and time: 29th June 2017
4pm BST / 3pm GMT / 11.00 EDT
Benefits for private sector:
• AIDF webinar for (potential) supplier of the UN, NGOs and development banks, and learn about business opportunities with World Bank and Millennium Challenge Corporation
• How to do business in the aid & development sector? Webinar with World Bank and Millennium Challenge Corporation
• Buying needs and priorities in the humanitarian aid and development sector. Hear directly from World Bank and Millennium Challenge Corporation in AIDF’s webinar on 29th June
Benefits for procurement professionals:
• Benchmark purchasing processes and procurement strategy with World Bank and Millennium Challenge Corporation. Join the AIDF webinar on 29th June!
• Discuss sustainable procurement best practice with World Bank and Millennium Challenge Corporation and a variation of new and established product and service providers to the aid and development sector
• Procurement priorities and sustainable purchasing in the aid and development sector, hear from World Bank and Millennium Challenge Corporation
• Join AIDF webinar on “Advice & Trends in Emergency Procurement and Humanitarian Aid” taking place on 29th June
Link to registration: http://www.aidforum.org/events/event/webinar-advice-trends-in-emergency-procurement-and-humanitarian-aid