The 5th Annual Women in Procurement & Supply Chain conference will be taking place from 30 April – 2 May in Sydney.
GECA’s Operations & Finance Manager, Sarah Sannen, will be participating in a panel discussion on 1 May at 3pm dedicated to unlocking the value of social procurement and supplier diversity.
Moderated by Tanya Harris, Global Manager Procurement at The Fred Hollows Foundation, the panel will explore:
🔹 How do we add the ‘social’ dimension to sustainable procurement?
🔹 Does social procurement reduce inequalities? If so, how?
🔹 What are the benefits from socially-responsible procurement? Who stands to benefit?
🔹 Which strategies help suppliers and partners remain socially responsible or ethical?
Fellow panellists include Myla Bulaon from the Department of Finance, Services & Innovation, and Melissa Kirk from the Department of Foreign Affairs & Trade.