We are pleased to announce that Procurement Leaders has named DSJ Global the winner of the Procurement Service Provider Award at the World Procurement Awards 2016. Wednesday’s 10th anniversary ceremony was held at London’s prestigious InterContinental Hotel at the O2, and was attended by over 900 procurement elite. The occasion celebrated procurement excellence and the innovation and progression that has taken place within the function over the past year.
The World Procurement Awardsis the largest annual gathering of global, senior level, procurement professionals, and is dedicated to rewarding and recognising the best initiatives, individuals, and companies from across the world.
This year saw a record number of entries from some of the most influential companies. These entries were evaluated by an expert judging panel, including CPOs from Brose, BT, Cancer Research UK, and Ericsson.
Mark Reed, CPO at AARP and World Procurement Awards judge commented, “I am absolutely blown away by the quality and breadth of the submissions this year. The number of submissions has ballooned, and I’m absolutely amazed by the things that some of the organisations who are members of Procurement Leaders are achieving, it’s incredibly inspiring.”
Nick Barber, Head of Recruitment – Americas for DSJ Global, commented, “We are truly honored to have won the Best Service Provider Award at the Global Procurement Leaders Awards. We have a great culture where we celebrate success, excellence and best in class processes; Winning this award is a fantastic achievement for everyone involved and is a testament to the hard work and passion that every member of the team brings to the office every day.”
“I would like to thank our clients and candidates as we could not have achieved this without them. We have had the opportunity to work on some very exciting positions for some fantastic clients, and we look forward to continuing this in the future with more innovative solutions.”
DSJ Global is part of the Phaidon International group, and this award marks the group’s 54th award won since 2009.NEWS ARCHIVE