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Join this webinar to find out the key takeaways from the Breakfast Briefing on Managing Risk
Chris Laws is Head of Product & Strategy, UK for Dun & Bradstreet, the global commercial data, analytics and insights for business company. Chris has 20 years’ experience in the information services industry and for the past five years has been instrumental in leading product innovation for Dun & Bradstreet’s newest & fastest growing segment; Third-Party Risk & Compliance. Chris’ focus is on helping organisations to understand risk within their supply base and optimise their supplier onboarding process through use of technology and data services. Chris has technology background and holds an MBA from Henley Management College.
Rhys joined Avetta in 2011, leading a diverse and multi-lingual team supporting the supply chain assessment of the world’s leading companies. With a background in third party risk management and governance, his Avetta focus is product development and localisation, business continuity and sustainable procurement. Core client sectors include Property, Retail, Transport, Pharmaceuticals and Infrastructure.
For almost 30 years prior to joining Ivalua, Steve has worked as a Senior Product owner and Business Director in organisations selling procurement solutions into the Public and Private sectors. This involved designing and building solutions to support the Source to Pay and Order to Cash journeys for Buyers and Suppliers. Steve’s last role was in the Crown Commercial Service working with Government Digital Services (GDS) to design the next generation of Public Sector cloud catalogue and marketplace. This covered specifying market requirements, service design, end-to-end market engagement and sitting on the UK P2P central government working group.
Steve has been involved in a vast number of procurement solutions and has run procurement events and won tenders. Steve has a wide knowledge of the systems and processes used within procurement and a unique perspective on how companies should be transforming procurement in the Digital Age.
Outside of working life, he is a published 17th Century historian and is currently writing a military history book covering the events of 1685.