Top tips from our CIPS Middle East Supply Management 2017 Winners
Sascha Claude Bender- Majid Al Futtaim Properties LLC, Shopping Malls
- Make sure your submissions are meaningful. Give the judges a chance to understand your story and why you think it was a success.
- Provide all the support material you can – it will only increase the strength of your entry.
Christopher Harvey- King Abdullah University of Science and Technology
- Don’t be shy when it comes to discussing your successes – all support material will only strengthen your submission
- Submit your entry in line with the entry requirements – outlining the benefits of what your entry is aiming to achieve
- Make sure your entry is a team effort – use entering the Awards as a means of celebrating the wins within your department (and organisation)
Cory Thwaites MCIPS- TECOM Group
- Make your submission a team effort – get everybody who worked on the project involved
- Provide as much detail as possible in support of your submission
- Don’t leave your submission to the last minute
Top tips from our CIPS Middle East Supply Management 2017 Judges
- When writing your submissions, remember that the judges are not familiar with your company or your project
- Make sure that your submissions show innovative ideas rather than traditional procurement methods