Procurement professionals globally now have a place to collaborate online thanks to a new online business network launching from Australia.
Ambitious procurement professionals globally will have a place to collaborate online from today thanks to a new online business network launching from Australia.
Procurious is an online hub aimed at procurement professionals looking to advance their careers, develop their skills and expand their professional networks.
Founder Tania Seary said the new online business network aims to help procurement professionals collaborate to ensure they become more collectively valued.
“Procurement has a new face. It’s now younger, more ambitious and more global than ever before. There’s a huge opportunity for bright and ambitious procurers to begin changing the face of the profession from the inside out,” Seary said.
“Corporate supply chains are in the media spotlight every day – but procurement often remains the unsung hero for its role in creating competitive advantage and upholding the reputation and value proposition of businesses and brands.”
Seary said those working in procurement are often ahead of the curve with competitive market intelligence from their supply network and it is this advantage that helps them drive product and service innovation.
“Procurement’s future leaders are at an exciting point in their career – they need a place that empowers them as smart, savvy and creative individuals,” Seary said.
“Procurious bridges the gap between networking, thought leadership and technical information – no other online platform does all three. It’s unique to the profession.
The network will include groups and lively discussion forums, news tips and advice, access to online and offline events, plus a range of mobile and desktop accessible e-learning modules – all compatible with a full range of devices, from PCs to mobile.
The site is now live but will officially launch with all features in September.
Procurement professionals are encouraged to sign-up now to provide valuable feedback in the early stages.