COVID-19/Coronavirus

CIPS Australasia Conference and Supply Management Awards - Update: 31 March 2020

CIPS and Haymarket Media Group (who deliver events on behalf of the CIPS) continue to follow the guidelines set out by the local government and are closely monitoring the situation with regard to Coronavirus on a daily basis. The welfare of our event attendees is always front of mind. Based on current local government advice, we are exploring all the available options, with regards to this event. We appreciate this is a difficult time for all. Our intention is to offer you support and keep you updated on the event’s position during these unprecedented times, whilst we continue to work to deliver the best event experience for you.

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GREG WELSH

BIOGRAPHY

Director, Winya
Wednesday 17 July – 11:30
Case Study: Achieving supplier diversity – building a robust supplier infrastructure that will extend your competitive advantage

Greg Welsh is currently a Director of Winya Indigenous Furniture. His previous roles include CEO of Sebel, and State and Divisional roles in Corporate Express.

In 2018 Greg became the first Australian and one of only ten people globally to be Awarded for Leadership in the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, particularly for work in Indigenous Empowerment through Winya. Winya won the Chartered Institute of Procurement (CIPS) award for Best Contribution to CSR in Austral-Asian in 2018 and the City of Sydney awards for Sustainability and Diversity. Last month Winya’s recycled “e-Board” won the Australian Sustainability Award. Greg has gained strong support from the Furniture Industry for Winya’s manufacturing model, to achieve genuine long-term Indigenous employment in the Australian Office Furniture Industry.

Greg has an MBA from the AGSM and is a Justice of the Peace