Purchasing and Supply Management Professionals Can Sharpen Their Skills Through NAPM'S Educational Programs in September

FOR RELEASE: June 19, 1998

Contact: Zenobia Daruwalla
NAPM, Media Relations
Tempe, Arizona
602/752-6276 ext. 3015

(Tempe, Arizona)—The National Association of Purchasing Management (NAPM) continues its series of professional development seminars designed for business and purchasing and supply management professionals through September 1998. NAPM will present seminars at the following locations across the United States:

  • NAPM's Project Management for the Purchasing Professional: Exceeding Expectations through Superior Leadership

    (Program 4526)
    September 3-4, 1998
    Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
    Early Bird - Nonmember $945/Member $745
    Late Registration - $1,045/Member $845

  • NAPM's Fundamentals of Materials Management

    (Program 4527)
    September 14-15, 1998
    Ft. Worth, Texas
    Early Bird - Nonmember $995/Member $795
    Late Registration - Nonmember $1,095/$895

  • NAPM's Applying Activity-Based Costing and Total Cost of Ownership to Support Strategic Cost Management

    (Program 4528)
    September 14-15, 1998
    Minneapolis, Minnesota
    Early Bird - Nonmember $945/Member $745
    Late Registration - Nonmember $1,045/Member $845

  • NAPM's Rightsourcing: What, How, and When to Outsource

    (Program 4529)
    September 17-18, 1998
    Milwaukee, Wisconsin
    Early Bird - Nonmember $945/Member $745
    Late Registration - Nonmember $1,045/Member $845

  • NAPM's Expanded Fundamentals of Purchasing: The Building Blocks of World Class Professionalism (3-Day)

    (Program 4530)
    September 16-18, 1998
    Raleigh, North Carolina

    (Program 4534)
    September 23-25, 1998
    Tempe, Arizona
    Early Bird - Nonmember $1,195/Member $995
    Late Registration - Nonmember $1,295/Member $1,095

  • NAPM's Advanced Supplier Alliances: Moving Your Supplier Relationships to the Next Level

    (Program 4531)
    September 21-22, 1998
    Tempe, Arizona
    Early Bird - Nonmember $945/Member $745
    Late Registration - Nonmember $1,045/Member $845

  • NAPM's Cost Containment Strategies: Techniques to Keep Your Organization Competitive

    (Program 4532)
    September 21-22, 1998
    Kansas City, Missouri
    Early Bird - Nonmember $945/Member $745
    Late Registration - Nonmember $1,045/Member $845

  • NAPM's Advanced Purchasing Strategies: Taking it to the Next Level

    (Program 4533)
    September 24-25, 1998
    Baltimore, Maryland
    Early Bird - Nonmember $995/Member $795
    Late Registration - $1,995/Member $895

  • NAPM's Purchasing & the Law: The Basics You Need to Succeed (2-Day)

    (Program 4535)
    September 28-29, 1998
    Columbus, Ohio
    Early Bird - Nonmember $995/Member $795
    Late Registration - $1,095/Member $895

  • NAPM's How to Develop, Expand and Obtain Maximum Results with Your Procurement Card Program

    (Program 4536)
    September 28-29, 1998
    St. Louis, Missouri
    Early Bird - Nonmember $945/Member $745
    Late Registration - Nonmember $1,045/Member $845

Seminars run from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on the first day, and 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. on the second and third days. Participants earn seven (7) continuing education hours per seminar day. Seven continuing education hours equal one (1) Certified Purchasing Manager (C.P.M.) point.

For registration or more information on any of these seminars, contact NAPM Customer Service at 800/888-6276 or 602/752-6276, extension 401, or visit us on the Internet at http://www.ism.ws, and go to the Products & Seminars area. For a complete NAPM Seminar catalog (35 pages), call NAPM’s Fax on Demand at 800/444-6276 and request document #0264.

The National Association of Purchasing Management is a not-for-profit association that provides national and international leadership in purchasing and supply management research and education. NAPM provides its more than 42,000 members in its 180 affiliated associations with opportunities to expand their professional skills and knowledge.

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