• Webinar: How to build a resilient IT buying strategy amid prolonged uncertainty (on-demand)

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Is your business prepared to handle the second industry-wide stock shortage? 

As the impact of the pandemic, the surge of online sales, and the aftermath of Brexit continue to loom, supply chain disruptions are forecasted to continue well into 2021. Now more than ever, firms need to rethink their IT buying strategies to manage their supply chain risk effectively.

Supply Chain Director at Probrand, Ian Nethercot, shares industry knowledge and advise businesses on how they can overcome these challenges and regain control over their IT supplies.

He gives insight on:

  • The products and categories where the shortages lie
  • What’s causing the current stock constraint
  • Insider tips on how you can circumvent these challenges.

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About the speaker

A results driven leader, Ian has worked up through a twenty year career from a buyer in the motor industry, to supply chain director at Probrand – a hassle-free digital marketplace for procurement of IT products, services, and solutions.

Ian, A MCIPS member, joined Probrand in 2003. With over fifteen years in the IT channel he now leads a team of fifteen staff across the Supply Chain and Logistics function and has mastered his skills in; strategic procurement, digital transformation, eCommerce, supplier risk assessment, contract management and has a drive to achieve optimum value through effective negotiation.



With his extensive procurement knowledge, Ian achieved a corporate CIPS award in 2016 and 2019 for Probrand’s Digital Marketplace. Within this Marketplace he manages procurement for over 300,000 products and services.

Ian strives to perform in his role to the highest standard and be the best in everything he does.


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