Who leads the charge on payment terms? Learn from your peers at our next lunchtime round-table event
Extending payment terms can be a key part of any company’s plans to optimize working capital - but harming your supply chain shouldn’t have to be part of the deal. Getting the balance right demands close co-operation between treasury and procurement - so who should lead your working capital optimization project?
This is the topic we'll be discussing at the second New York meeting of the Working Capital Forum on 20th September at the Soho Grand Hotel, starting at 12.30pm and finishing no later than 3.00pm. There are no speeches and no presentations - just open conversation governed by the Chatham House Rule so that participants can share their experiences and learn from those of others. If you have a question about how to optimise working capital in your organization, bring it along - our group will likely have the answers you need.
The Working Capital Forum brings together the treasury and procurement leaders of large corporations to discuss issues like this over lunch at some of the world’s most iconic venues. You can get a taste of how our events work with this video.
To maintain the exclusive nature of the group, attendance is by invitation only and is restricted to senior treasury and procurement executives in larger corporations. To request a place at our New York meeting, please click below. We will get back to you very soon to confirm your attendance.