The 2nd 4C Annual Survey: Helping you to understand and address your key challenges

You’re living in a very uncertain world and understand that resting on your laurels or only looking backwards to improve procurement will not be enough. We can help you to look ahead and think differently, to reimagine and to reinvent procurement for the future needs of your business.  

Our second 4C Procurement Reinvented Annual Survey will build on the insight and findings from last year’s research and provide multiple benchmarks against your peers and guidance on how organisations may overcome their key issues and challenges.  

To help you, this survey provides a health-check of your procurement activity and your answers will be used to assess the maturity of procurement/commercial operations across multiple sectors. The research will provide insight to how to set-up your organisation more effectively to achieve the strategic goals of your organisation in today’s very challenging business environment.  

The survey will also provide some insights on our key topic, sustainability, and help you understand how to address key challenges in this area and identify specific opportunities for you to take to your board with clear benefits to the business. 

Your perspective is valuable to us and in return and should you wish we will be happy to provide you a personal briefing afterwards on your organisation’s position against the sample of last year’s survey. We will also provide you with a copy of the final report which will provide practical suggestions for improvement.  

For every completed survey, 4C are also making a donation on your behalf to our preferred charities including the charity Mind of £10 so your help really matters. 

Thank you in advance
Allison Ford-Langstaff
Managing Partner 

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