15 - 17 October, 2019
NH Tower, Barcelona
44 (0) 207 368 9465
The CIPS Supply Management Awards Europe, in association with ProcureCon Europe, builds on recognising excellence in the industry for over 15 years. Respected as a benchmark for excellence, winning such a highly respected Award is the most prestigious recognition an organisation or individual in the procurement and supply chain profession can receive.
With over 60 judges, over 500 awards are given annually at 6 global CIPS Supply Management Awards ceremonies, representing more than 400 organisations.
This year the Awards ceremony will take place on the evening of the 9th October 2018 at the Corinthia Prague in the heart of Prague. Join over 200 procurement professionals to celebrate the excellent work that has taken place over the last 12 months.
Venue: Corinthia Prague Hotel
6:30 pm Drinks Reception
7:45 pm Welcome Speech
8:00 pm Dinner
9:30 pm Awards Presentation
10:00pm Awards End
Cath Hill MBA, Group Director
Chartered Institute of Procurement & Supply (CIPS)
Cath is a member of the CIPS Group leadership team. She joined CIPS in June 2011 and is responsible for a global portfolio that encompasses CIPS external facing activity including Marketing and Communications; PR and Representation; Publications and Events, under the CIPS and Supply management brands; and the development of CIPS wider communities.
Cath has an Executive MBA from Cranfield University School of Management. She has worked in marketing and general management in a number of sectors including financial services and retail. She led the launch marketing strategy of Bluewater, then Europe’s largest retail and leisure destination, and established Scoot as one of the UK’s biggest (and earliest) digital brands. More recently she was responsible for integrated insurance marketing strategies for the likes of M&S and HSB.
Cath regularly chairs and presents at CIPS events and other conferences, and is a spokesperson for CIPS on topics such as the role procurement has to play in eradicating modern slavery and the need for the profession to raise its game and raise its voice.