Working Capital Forum Europe brings supply chain finance and working capital back to the heart of Amsterdam. Leaders in treasury, procurement, and payments will share experiences and learn from each other in. main stage keynote sessions, panel debates, and networking sessions. If you’re interested in optimising working capital in your organisation, you need to join us in Amsterdam for the most productive day you’ve had in years.
The Working Capital Awards are the internationally-recognised pinnacle of best practice and innovation in working capital optimisation and supplier finance. Winners benefit from an enhanced reputation among their suppliers, while the service providers who supported the entries have been able to demonstrate the effectiveness of their solutions to a global audience.
Entry is free of charge and is open to any company, anywhere in the world, which can show evidence of a successful working capital or supplier finance programme. While service providers are encouraged to support entries, the awards themselves are presented to corporations. Judging by our independent panel of experts takes place in October, with the awards presentation itself happening at a dinner in Amsterdam on 30th November, the night before Working Capital Forum Europe.
Soho Grand Hotel New York | 6th October | 12.30pm - 2.30pm
In a time of rising interest rates and the return of inflation, looking after working capital has never been more important.
This round-table lunch brings together leaders in corporate treasury and procurement to look at ways of optimising working capital without harming the supply chain or the balance sheet. Over a three-course lunch at the Soho Grand, participants will hear from others who are facing similar challenges and have the opportunity to ask questions and share their own experiences.
The event is held under the Chatham House Rule so that everyone can speak freely. If you're even considering addressing working capital in your organisation, this could be the best return on two hours you've ever seen. There are no presentations and no selling, just great conversation. and advice from those who have 'been there and done that'.