Live Broadcast Schedule from eWorld includes 13 seminars and a Roundtable discussion on “Security in the Outsourcing Cloud”

Posted on September 21, 2010

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Well the 10th Annual eWorld Conference in London takes place next week on the 28th and 29th of September, and the PI Window on Business Show will be broadcasting to you Live 13 seminars and a Special Roundtable discussion on “Security in the Outsourcing Cloud.”

Adding to what amounts to be an exciting lineup of seminars featuring industry thought leaders discussing timely topics from the supply chain and purchasing world, is the fact that we will hit our 200th episode anniversary.  200 shows . . . it’s hard to believe that what began as a 30 minute once a week broadcast has now grown into a franchise that is a featured program across the Blog Talk Radio Network, which itself has more than 12 million listeners each month.

PI Window on Business - 200 Shows!

Upon my return from London, we will be airing a 90-minute special on Friday, October 1st at 8:00 PM EST, so be sure to visit the PI Window on Business Blog for show details.

In the meantime, I am particularly excited about our coverage of the eWorld conference for many reasons besides the high caliber content and speakers.

To start, the extent of the PI Window coverage – which by the way thanks to the great Blog Talk Radio platform will see each session recorded and made available on an on-demand basis for your listening convenience – is unprecedented in that it provides you with greater virtual access to eWorld than any other conference ever.

Add into the equation the Live PI Inquisitive Eye Internet TV feeds during the 2-day event, and you may very well feel like you are actually at the conference in person.  In fact, you will have access to the live chat room for all broadcasts giving you an opportunity to ask questions and get answers on the subject matter being presented.

Be sure to also check out the new COLIN’S PICK feature, in which 30 plus year public sector veteran and the author of the seminal paper “Towards Tesco – improving public sector procurement” provides his pick’s in terms of must attend seminars at eWorld.

Check out "Colin's Pick"

Finally, use the following link to access the “10th Annual Fall eWorld Purchasing & Supply (Event Page)” for the complete broadcast schedule as well as other conference details and . . . remember to use #eworldlive to follow event tweets on Twitter.

A Special Thank You to Our Sponsor:

One final note, I would like to thank our sponsor Elcom, whose support for our eWorld 2010 coverage is greatly appreciated.

"Building Bridges"

Elcom has developed a range of on-demand eProcurement and eMarketplace Systems for both Private and Public Sector clients around the world. The company’s flagship eProcurement application has been powering the award-winning eProcurement Scotl@nd Service since 2001 and is also an integral part of the Visa eMarketplace that links eProcurement and ePayment in a single, easy to use, service.

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