Organisations are coming under increasing pressure from their stakeholders to do good in the community. One way of doing this is through social procurement initiatives, where the spend can be used to assist the disadvantaged or provide other benefits to the local community. While most procurement leaders recognize this imperative, many are still struggling with how to get a social procurement programme up and running.
In this expert-led session, Mark Daniels, Executive Director at Social Traders, will facilitate a discussion on issues such as:
When registering for the session please nominate issues or questions that you would particularly like to discuss during the session.
About Mark Daniels
Mark is an Executive Director at Social Traders. He has been heavily involved in the development of the Australian social enterprise sector and the emerging field of social procurement. Mark has been involved in social procurement as a buyer, as a seller (via social enterprise), and over the last 8 years as an advocate and enabler for corporate and government social procurement. He also sits on the Australian Committee that developed the new ISO 201400 Sustainable Procurement guidance. Over the last 3 years Social Traders has developed a market place that enables buyers to engage social enterprises in their supply chains in order to deliver social impact. Social Traders marketplace includes over 24 buyers and over 200 suppliers and in FY17 the activities of the marketplace created over 300 jobs for disadvantaged Australians.
|Start||March 26th, 2018. 10:00am|
|End||March 26th, 2018. 12:30pm|
|Status||Event Details Closed|
|Category||One off sessions|