Despite my British upbringing, I’ve decided to forget about modesty for a little bit and have a good old brag.

Why? Because this week saw a significant milestone for us, as we celebrate the launch of our new blog: Proco Thinking.

Proco Thinking represents a new adventure for us as a business. And while we haven’t been short of adventures in the last seven years – opening our ninth office in Mexico City, growing our headcount from 6 to 160 – this time, it’s all about you, the people working across the supply chain. Proco Thinking celebrates the people making their mark in the supply chain universe while keeping you updated on all the key trends and insights that we see every day. .

When I started this business, I always knew I wanted to change the way recruitment happens across the supply chain and challenge the market standard. I wanted to defy the stigma surrounding recruitment and work with a team of individuals that took pride in what they did and focussed on  building genuine long-term relationships with clients AND candidates.

Between 100+ specialists across nine offices globally, we are developing an unprecedented quantity of collective, real-time knowledge about the industry, and our shared network spans the entire supply chain across eight different sectors.

Seven years on, I realise that challenging the market standard involves more than just building a great business from the inside. I have seen some really exciting things happening across the supply chain in all of the regions that we operate. So I wanted to create a place where we could bring to light the conversations that are happening with supply chain professionals around the world, share insights and discuss trends. Proco Thinking gives us a fantastic opportunity to do just that and we are grabbing it with both hands!

Supply chains are global, and so are the stories on Proco Thinking.

I want to begin my series of Proco Thinking related posts to talk about our interview with Laura-Katrin Seitz, Vice President, Global Head of Human Resources for Biologics at Sanofi.

The interview takes us to the world of biologics, one the most exciting and promising areas in modern medicine. Laura-Katrin offers some fascinating insights as she describes how she and her team have spent the last year focussing entirely on raising the profile of the Sanofi brand and sourcing biologics talent, but are now beginning to shift their focus towards talent management and development in order to build a leadership bench and help employees develop careers that can span more than one function in the company.

For those of you who want a fresh take on all things supply chain, Proco Thinking might be the blog you’re looking for.

Click here to visit Proco Thinking.

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