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Thought Leadership Webinar: Supplier-Led Innovation and Continuous Improvement - How best to achieve them in contracting

Published: 01 Oct 2019 Average Rating: 3.8 / 5 Print
 

Author: Tim Cummins, Tony Morgan

Innovation is critical to business success - and supplier-led innovation is recognized as being a major source. But is the potential being realized, and if not, why not?

IACCM has published a study that offers a series of ground-breaking insights that are of importance to both customers and suppliers. This is one of our most significant pieces of research this year and you don't want to miss this session! It clearly demonstrates IACCM's thought leadership and value add and we are very proud of the research.

 

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