Preventing financial fraud is undeniably at the top of every business agenda. Given that the number of organisations reporting fraud has risen 60% in the last year (PWC), it’s no secret that organisations who aggressively manage these vulnerabilities stand to increase profits and discourage future fraud with a reputation for strong defences.
In an increasingly globalised world, there as many opportunities as there are risks when it comes to negotiating a global supplier base. And, you will be familiar with the pressures of ensuring your suppliers are paid on time and properly processed while trying to drive efficiency. So, how can you reduce the level of risk in paying your suppliers, in a global market place?
And, as a senior decision-maker, you’re under tremendous pressure not just to deliver on systems and process improvements, but to maximise their impact. With greater visibility than ever before, you stand to deliver improved forecasts and actively detect vulnerabilities that may be costing you millions.
So does your business ensure best practices and procedures are followed to mitigate the risk associated with paying suppliers and partners? Are you operating in an efficient lean way and achieving strong Accounts Payable results (on-time and accurate payments, minimal payment errors, accurate reconciliation and reporting)? If you are, then will those processes and systems allow your business the opportunity to scale globally and at speed over time?
That’s the topic we’re turning to at the Global Nexus Club invite-only dinner on March 22nd. Join us at The Sea, by Alexander’s Steakhouse in Palo Alto for this exclusive dinner to discuss this key and important topic with peers from your industry. Around the table will be 15 other senior Finance & Operations executives from digital service businesses including online marketplaces, Ad-Tech, ecommerce, social industries and many more.
Join a high-profile group of senior financial and operational executives involved from some of the world’s biggest digital economy organizations on March 22nd for an intimate round-table industry discussion.
We are meeting at the The Sea by Alexander’s Steakhouse, Palo Alto at 6:30 PM for drinks and networking before sitting down for an evening of lively debate. This is where we are hosting our peer-to-peer discussion over a Michelin Starred five star, three course dinner.
The Club are delighted to announce that Geni Whitehouse will be our discussion leader. Geni is a accounting and payments thought leader and voted one of the most powerful top 25 women in accounting.
6:30pm: Welcome drinks & networking
7:00pm: Move into VIP room to begin discussion
8:00pm: Dinner service over open discussion
9:30pm: Dinner service ends
RSVP today as only 16 spots are available around the table. This is an invite-only dinner for finance and operations executives within sharing economy, Ad-Tech, ecommerce, social and other digital service businesses. Given the relevancy of the topic and the high demand for places please register your attendance using the form below as early as possible to lock in your seat.
Join us at The Global Nexus Club dinner on March 22nd. The club brings together operations and finance leaders to discuss and share our experiences on the challenges of global expansion and growth.
We’ll be meeting at The Sea by Alexander’s Steakhouse in Palo Alto at 6:30 PM for drinks and networking before sitting down for an evening of lively debate.