A great deal has been written about Millennials… A lot of it, not all that nice – so it’s with interest that we pored over the new infographic compiled from research Collegefeed conducted on a 5000-strong sample. The results can be viewed below in full, but first some context for anyone not quite up to … Continue reading The curse of Generation Y: Meet the Millennials
Here’s your weekly digest of supply chain news, procurement bulletins, and ethical issues. Eyes forward for another sweet-tasting instalment… Britain on the verge of a ‘supply chain crisis’ We certainly hope not… But if these results are anything to go by, then businesses in the UK could be faced with a crisis of faith. Nearly … Continue reading Is Britain on the verge of a supply chain crisis?
For our next instalment of the #firstmovers series, we’re travelling to Zimbabwe and catching-up with Happymore Mambondiani. Happymore has spent his past three years in the mining sector (exploration drilling) where he works as a Store Manager for Ox Drilling of Zimbabwe. He also holds a CIPS diploma. Join Happymore as he tells us of … Continue reading What does procurement mean to developing countries?
Could this man make a living out of procurement? Up until recently David Johns was just an ordinary Australian going about his life… But that changes when Johns decided to create the world’s slickest used car ad. The outcome was simple – Johns just wanted to get rid of his 1999 Holden Barina hatchback. A … Continue reading Why you want this man to buy you a car
Open your eyes – now it’s easier than ever to see what’s happening on your online business network. We’ve been doing a lot of work behind the scenes at Procurious HQ this week… Your new timeline Pay a visit to your ‘Community’ tab and you might notice something has changed… We now provide you … Continue reading Want to see what others are doing on Procurious?
How to be a real contender, improve your game and win. A lot has been written about Brazil’s spectacular fall from grace, but less on Germany’s titanic struggle in the climatic last game. Now the dust has settled and people go back to their normal lives, what has the World Cup actually taught us? Let’s … Continue reading Winning leadership lessons from the World Cup
Join us as we recount some of the biggest news stories making headlines across the world. Fast fashion bumped-off Berlin catwalk 2014 Berlin Fashion Week kicked off on July 8, and sought to highlight the latest trends in the clothing industry. This year, the main events are the Green Showroom and the Ethical Runway, where … Continue reading Fast fashion not welcome at Berlin Fashion Week