COVID-19/Coronavirus

Update: 09 April 2020

CIPS Breakfast Briefing - Managing Risk in Procurement and Supply goes digital.

In light of restrictions on events due to coronavirus, CIPS and Haymarket Media Group (who deliver events on behalf of the CIPS) are now planning to run CIPS Breakfast Briefing - Managing Risk in Procurement and Supply as an online event from 8:30am-12pm, Thursday 30 April 2020.

If you have already purchased a ticket, you have been automatically registered for online attendance and will receive more details of the virtual Breakfast Briefing, in the coming weeks.

If you are now unable to attend the event you are still able to cancel your registration. For any enquiries, please see our contact us section.

Find out more about CIPS Managing Risk Breakfast Briefing going digital.

Nick Jenkinson

Nick Jenkinson

SpecialitySenior Director - Procurement & CRE, Astellas Pharma
Nick Jenkinson is Senior Director – Procurement & Corporate Real Estate within Astellas, a Japanese R&D driven global pharmaceutical company. He joined Astellas in December 2015 and since this point has led transformations across the EMEA Procurement & Corporate Real Estate organizations with a focus on delivering incremental value through improved business alignment and increased capabilities. Most recently, over the past 18 months, he has led the strategy and implementation of a Business Services model supporting both Finance and Procurement from delivery centres in India and Romania. Astellas have recently commenced their next phase of global Transformation and as a result, his current focus is on transforming the global Procurement organisation, operating model and value proposition. Nick has 20 years of experience in Procurement & Supply Chain across a number of industries including Pharmaceuticals, Automotive, Building Materials, Media & FMCG; with the past 10 years spent predominantly on transformational activities. Nick is an Economics graduate and has an MBA from Warwick Business School.

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