Loeb & Loeb LLP is pleased to annouce that partner Ken Adler will be speaking at the upcoming Sourcing Interest Group (SIG) 2011 Global Sourcing Summit.
From the conference website:
SIG Summits are unlike any other events out there. SIG's explicit no-selling rules mean providers don't sell to corporate buyers. The result? A relaxed and open setting in which participants let their guard down and exchange practical solutions freely. Presentations are up-close and transparent; interactions are natural and direct.
SIG's Global Sourcing Summit is packed with the latest best practices, cost-cutting strategies, innovative processes, and risk-mitigation approaches. You'll hear from industry thought leaders and have the opportunity to network with like-minded professionals facing similar challenges. There's no better place to get trusted insight and make powerful connections. Period.
Wednesday, March 16, 2011
3:40pm – 4:30pm – The Outsourcing Contract Process “Unscripted”
The establishment of an outsourcing relationship can follow a lengthy and complicated path that requires both customers and providers to tackle a broad range of issues. From the RFP process to choosing the appropriate contract structure to negotiating business and legal terms, each outsourcing relationship poses its own unique set of contracting challenges. Join our panel of customer and provider experts and other SIG delegates as we tackle your contracting issues and questions in an unscripted and interactive forum.
You will learn:
- Best practices in structuring and negotiating outsourcing relationships
- How issues are tackled from both a customer's and provider's perspective
- How other SIG delegates are addressing similar issues