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Announcing Our Partnership With Toronto Procurement Network!

December 10, 2019

In October, we wrote about Toronto Procurement Network (TPN) – an up-and-coming organization that seeks to create learning and networking opportunities for professionals in the Procurement space. We interviewed co-founder Benoit Constanty about his goals for the organization, which runs networking and learning events and webinars in the GTA and other cities like New York, London, Montreal and Chicago.

As we wrote, Procurement can often feel like a siloed field, without much opportunity to network and socialize in person with peers across industries – outside of expensive conferences. Benoit and his co-founder, Olivier Audino, recognized an opportunity to facilitate those improved professional connections and, in our opinion, are doing a lot to help move the rapidly-evolving profession forward.

That’s why today, we’re so thrilled to be announcing a new partnership with TPN.

As part of our efforts to make connections with organizations in Procurement and Supply Chain, our recruiting disciplines, we’ve partnered with TPN to create a new Argentus job board on their site.

Here’s a link.

Check in for our active job listings in Procurement and Supply Chain Management– everything from lead roles all the way up to Director-level and above. Even if you’re not looking to make a move now, and no matter where you’re at in your Procurement career, we hope it’ll give you a sense of some of the current opportunities in the space. And if you are looking for a new role, don’t hesitate to reach out to us!

We also encourage everyone in Procurement to check out TPN’s events, webinars and summits if you haven’t already.

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