It is a treat to be able to welcome Muhammad Fasih ul Saleh, Director Sourcing and Governance at Telenor ASA to Sourcing Outlook 2017. Fasih is joining us presenting and moderating a Focused Theme Discussion – a new feature this fall. Fasih will be sharing his view and experiences on the GOVERNANCE aspect of sourcing and procurement development, an aspect most agree is vital to be successful. Beyond sharing his know how, Fasih will enable groups of peers in the room to share and discuss to-the-point actions and experiences that can be brought straight back to the office the next day.
Join us today since seats are limited and you do not want to miss out on this experience!
About Telenor Group
From the company website
Telenor Group is one of the world’s major mobile operators. We keep our customers connected in 13 markets across Scandinavia, Central Eastern Europe, and Asia. More than 30,000 employees are committed to responsible business conduct and being our customers’ favourite partner in digital life. Connecting the world has been Telenor’s domain for more than 160 years, and we are driven by a singular vision: to empower societies.
- Strong footprint in Central and Eastern Europe and Asia (Global Impact Report 2016)
- Leading Nordic position in mobile, broadband and TV services
- Substantial activities in subsidiaries and joint venture operations
- One of the top 500 global companies by market value (Financial Times Global 500 2015)
- More than 30,000 employees worldwide
- Revenues 2016: NOK 125 billion *
* With effect from Q1 2017, Telenor India is treated as an asset held for sale and discontinued operations in Telenor’s financial reporting.
Telenor was founded in 1855 and builds on 160 years of telecom experience.
About Sourcing Outlook 2017
Sourcing Outlook is the response to the increased amount of revenue invested externally in most companies. As usual you cannot expect easy answers but we can promise you state of the art experience exchange. Take a look at the recently finished Source 2 Pay Summit to get an idea of how EBG “do summits” >>S2P Post Summit Report
Is increasing top line growth and decreasing bottom line costs relevant to your organization? Does your organization tend to buy more and more and make less and less? Is your growth and cost structure depending on lots and lots of people behaving in a certain way?
If yes EBG hope to see you in October!