For Whom?

The programme 'Purchasing Management' is targeted towards:

  • Managers directly responsible for purchasing
  • Managers from other functions wishing to expand their view on purchasing
  • Professionals or consultants involved with purchasing projects

In previous editions, we had the pleasure of welcoming participants from companies like Hapag-Lloyd AG, DSV Solutions, van Gansewinkel, Professionails nv, Planopack Belgium, Imperbel S.A., Akzo Nobel Industrial Chemicals BV, Square Melon Int., De Lijn, Agoria, Kuwait Petroleum Belgium, ...

This programme has been followed by Facility Directors, Facility Managers, Commercial directors, Category Managers, Heads of procurement, Operations Managers, Purchasing Managers, Procurement Specialists, Supply Chain Professionals or Directors, ...

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Prof Filip Roodhooft, key faculty member for Purchasing Management Programme

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