Thu Feb 8, 2024 DAY 1 CW Ops

11:30 - 1:00 Lunch

Sponsored by IMS People Possible

1:00 - 1:30 Introductions

Hear what it takes to succeed with MSP programs and how to get engaged with MSPs. Each MSP will introduce themselves, their responsibilities and how they engage suppliers.

1:30 - 3:30 Two (2) Rounds of Roundtables

What can MSPs do to be a more valuable partner to Suppliers

Give and take between one of the industries largest MSPs and suppliers. Ask your questions and give and get some suggestions

Michele Gibbons, Director @ AgileOne
Cristina de la Cruz, Vice President of Sales @ Ursus
Sponsored by Ursus

DEI - strategies to include more diverse candidates in the CW workplace

Ann Mallory, Director – MSP Field Operations @ DAHL Consulting

How to begin to implement simple and meaningful AI technologies in your CW Program

Rachel Harrington, Program Director @ nextSource

How to Diversify Yourself as a Supplier

Erik Thornberg, Global Operations @ AgileOne

Learn what top suppliers do to stand out from the crowd by creating Unique Selling Points (USP’s) and benefits MSP’s want to hear.

5:00 - 7:00 Cocktail Reception with VISION Buyers + Sponsors

7:00 End of Day 1


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