In the last couple of weeks, many of us have started to work from home. Usually we’d do this on the odd occasion and it would seem like a novelty, but the prospect of doing it full time and indefinitely can take a bit of getting used to!
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Our latest updates:
– 12 month assignment completed for leading FTSE 100 organisation
– Recent appointment by a national speciality bakery
Fortunately for Mike, his early experiences in the 80s as a trainee buyer provided a very solid grounding in the ability to communicate with people at all levels and, just as importantly, to listen!
Procurement Week 2017 runs from 21st-23rd March 2017 at The Crystal, London. With both daytime and evening events scheduled, you won’t want to miss out! We’re hosting a session on Day 3: Negotiation: How it Could Work
SpringTide are extremely proud to have been short-listed as a finalist in the Procurement Leaders’ World Procurement Awards 2016 for the Procurement Service Provider Award. Today’s press release: The World Procurement Awards are the most celebrated and sought after awards in procurement, representing the best projects, people and organisations across the world. They reward the […]
Client with annual supply of bulk liquid fuels estimated at 1.6m litres. A proactive new supplier was implemented, saving the client 5% on their annual fuel spend and improving the service they received.
Many of the Easter Eggs in stores this year have shrunk in size; whilst some prices remain constant, others have increased substantially.
Retail chain with 50 sites throughout the UK, with over 4.14 million gross sq.ft. of sales and retail space Through effective Facilities Management, SpringTide saved £539,000 on a spend of £1.7 million..
SpringTide saved £3.7 million on a spend of £19 million using effective property management for a business requiring serviced offices.
A national refrigeration organisation with six locations around the UK required beverage dispensers at each of their site. SpringTide generated a saving of 53.7% on a £43,200 spend through the use of effective facilities management.