DATE: 15th May 2020

TIME: 2:00 pm to 3:00 pm GMT+2, SAT (South Africa)

In response to the current COVID-19 pandemic business environment in South Africa, WEConnect International and Procter & Gamble have developed the virtual Business Development Program – South Africa 2020 to assist women business owners to rapidly rethink, restructure, rebuild their businesses. Find out more here.

The first webinar in the BDP program addresses how to understand P&G’s business and procurement needs and how P&G evaluates suppliers. It is an opportunity for women business owners to get answers to their questions about how to prepare for and succeed in entering the supply chain of a major global corporation.

• What is purchasing
• The purchases cycle
• How to enter the P&G supply chain
• Criteria that meets P&G business needs – a real example
• How we evaluate suppliers

Laylah Kara, Senior Purchasing Manager, Procter & Gamble South Africa
Natalie Musgrave, Non Media Purchases Manager, Procter & Gamble South Africa

Natalie Musgrave     Natalie Musgrave

Procter & Gamble is renowned for bringing trusted brands to our consumers in South Africa since 1995. With a large portfolio of products like Ariel, Pampers, Always, Gillette, Old Spice, Pantene and Oral B, P&G products touch the lives of more than four billion people around the world. P&G South Africa has one office located in Sandton, Johannesburg and a Pampers Plant in Spartan Kempton Park employing just over 300 employees at both the Head Office & Plant combined. Locally, South Africa is proud to hold the following awards:

• One of the most Attractive Employers in South Africa
• Company Most Associated with Leadership Opportunities & Professional Development
• Company Most Associated with Respect for Its People (Universum Awards 2017)
• One of 2017’s Top Employer of Choice in the FMCG industry (SAGEA 2017)


Register Here!