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Direct Sourcing Summit – SF

March 2020

Meet @ Baker Baker Hughes

March 2020

Meetup @ iTron

March 2020

VMSA East

January 2020

Meet @ LinkedIn

November 2019

Supplier Summit – SF

November 2019

Meetup @ Johnson & Johnson

October 2019

Supplier Summit – NYC

September 2019

VMSA West

August 2019

Meetup @ Salesforce

June 2019

Meetup @ FINRA

May 2019

Supplier Summit – NYC

May 2019

Meetup @ DTCC

March 2019

VMSA EAST

January 2019

Meetup @ Agilent Technologies

November 2018

Supplier Summit – San Francisco

November 2018

Meetup @ ADRA CPO Group – Paris

October 2018

Meetup @ bpost – Brussels

October 2018

Supplier Summit – NYC

October 2018

Meetup @ CareFirst BCBS

September 2018

Supplier Summit – NYC

September 2018

Meetup @ MetLife

September 2018

Meetup @ Waste Management

August 2018

Meetup @ Bank of America

June 2018

Meetup @ UCB – Belgium

June 2018

Meetup @ Capital One

April 2018

Meetup @ AmeriCold Logistics

April 2018

Meetup @ Thomson Reuters

January 2018

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