World Procurement Awards Winners, 2017

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Citi’s Krisztina Jedzinak wins Future Leader Award, partnered by Capita at the prestigious World Procurement Awards 2017

Procurement Leaders are excited to reveal the winners of the 11th annual World Procurement Awards, in association with SAP Ariba.

Over 850 procurement elite came together at the Intercontinental – The O2, London, for the distinguished ceremony hosted by Downton Abbey actor Hugh Bonneville to celebrate procurement excellence and recognise the most progressive teams and individuals in 15 categories from across the globe.

Recognised as the most celebrated and sought after awards in procurement, the World Procurement Awards represent the best projects, people and organisations globally and are an affirmation of the hard work, innovation and dedication of those at the forefront of the profession.

This year saw a record number of entries from some of the most influential companies across 34 countries. Each submission endured the rigorous 3-stage judging process of online judging, peer review and face to face regional debate to ensure the winners are the best of the best. The panel of judges included CPOs and senior representatives from Brose, Ferrero, Danske Bank, Diageo, Hewlett Packard and Flex. Andreas Ruehe, VP Global Supply Chain at Johnson & Johnson commented that he had "Definitely been impressed by the quality of the entries” this year which once again exceeded expectations.

Congratulations to all the winners and finalists, and thank you to everyone who entered, your entries were truly a testament to the spectacular progress that is thriving within the function.

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