Arriving at QEII in London for eWorld Procurement and Supply Summit, armed with a plethora of marketing materials, we set up our stand by the entrance next to the lovely Baker Wanless ladies and began dishing out flyers for our competition to all those that passed.
Although the footfall didn’t seem as large as it did at eWorld in March, we had really engaging conversations with everyone who visited us. It was great to meet you all, thank you for stopping by. If you didn’t get a chance to stop and take a look at our eSourcing solutions, please get in touch for a demo.
campaign went down really well with our giant hero attaining celebrity status as delegates got their pictures taken with the handsome figure!
Per Angusta, another of our partners whom we thoroughly recommend for savings tracking, flew in from France for their first ever eWorld. With French wine and cheese being given away in a prize draw, they weren’t short of visitors either!
Nick and Alun from the Market Dojo team gave a seminar on ‘Strategies to maximise eAuction success’. If you didn’t manage to stop by the stand to pick up a copy of the infographic, you can register on our platform (for free) and download it here.
At 3pm we announced the winner of our Lowest Unique Bid Competition. Congratulations to Matt Hird from the University of Lincoln who bagged themselves an iPad Mini and a month’s licence for Market Dojo’s eSourcing software with a winning bid of £0.13.
Once again a huge thanks to the eWorld team for another wonderful event. Despite the unreachable allure of a free bacon roll, we all had a really great day. And the cake at the end, celebrating the 30th eWorld event went down a treat!
If you didn’t make eWorld, don’t worry, we’ll be at the CIPS event on 8th October.