Top Procurement Influencers on Twitter
Procurement influencers may not have the social media affluence or droves of online fans but there are definitely some people you should be watching as they are posting very useful content for you to digest.
We’ve compiled a list of the people based on the Twitter list we created when we first started out. You can subscribe to it here.
Is a dynamic project leader with several years’ experience in the global industry and his procurement posts are very interesting indeed. Specialties: Change Management, Innovation/creativity, Purchasing & Logistics, ePurchasing (eSourcing, eProcurement, Spend Analysis), Total Quality Management.
@bmaltaverne on Twitter
Editor of the popular Buyers Meeting Point and a key member of our Twitter posse from #instaschat, Kelly is a true innovator and Buyers Meeting Point is a fantastic resource for procurement and purchasing professionals. Her progressive perspective on supply management is based on her time as a practitioner, a consultant at a solution provider, and now as an award winning independent and innovative thought leader.
Her nose for key trends and her dedication is helping her colleagues, and anyone dealing within the procurement space, to become their very best.
@BuyersMeetPoint on Twitter
Knowledge Director for the Procurement & Analytic Solutions’ Practice of A.T. Kearney, an international management consultancy. She hosts the ‘Wave of the Future’ podcast that aims to keep on top of trends that matter in procurement.
@HClegg on Twitter
Jon is editor and lead writer for the PI Social Media Network’s Procurement Insights Blog. He also hosts a popular podcast on Blog Talk Radio (out of 15k hosts, Jon is ranked in their top 300). Tune in.
@piblogger1 on Twitter
Tania is chairman of three companies specialising in the development of the procurement profession: The Faculty, The Source and Procurious. She posts great, thought provoking material about the procurement vertical.
@taniaseary on Twitter
Harold owns the Procurement Pros LinkedIn group and he’s got 19k followers on Twitter — all whilst talking about procurement which is no mean feat! He posts about procurement, supply chain disruption and tech in procurement.
@Hal_Good on Twitter
Stephen have 20+ Years of Procurement Consulting and Management Leadership. His main specialties are Consulting, Procurement, FCIPS and Business Development. He’s all about the future of procurement and sustainability.
@thinkprocure on Twitter
Community & Content Manager at @procurious_, the first global community for procurement and supply chain pros. Euan’s feed is a treasure trove of information, latest trends and great interviews.
@EuanGranger on Twitter
Tweets about management, supply chain management & IT consulting. 110k followers.
@adrian_king on Twitter
Andrew is a globally recognized expert in sourcing, procurement, accounts payable, and supply management. He has been named a “Pro to Know” by Supply and Demand Chain Executive three times so his Twitter feed is definitely one to follow. With a keen focus on helping enterprises develop and execute strategies to achieve operational excellence in procurement and finance, Andrew’s fondness for technology makes him a favourite follow for us.
Andrew is also the publisher of this site, CPO Rising, the first independent media site written for and about Chief Procurement Officers and other procurement executives.
@andrewbartolini on Twitter
A Brit in L.A, Phil is the Founder & Host of @aopshow. His aim is to help companies elevate role of #procurement. With 16 years of experience across the procurement value chain, Phil’s worked as a practitioner, consultant, service provider and analyst. He has with leading brands including Ford, GM, Pfizer, Ally Financial and Accenture.
Supply Chain Matters
A useful resource of supply chain news and insight from Bob Ferrari. 21k followers.
@SC_Matters_Blog on Twitter
Supply Chain Digital/Sam Jermy
Provides news, info and events for supply chain executives. 22.8k followers.
@SupplyChainD on Twitter
The official Twitter account for the Supply Chain Management Review magazine. 22.4k followers.
@SCMR on Twitter