Global Sourcing Forum (GSF). October 13 – 14, 2010. New York, NY

Start: October 13, 2010
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Themed, “Managing Growth & Change in the New Relentless Economy “, Global Sourcing Forum (GSF) caters to the needs of senior business and sourcing executives charged with leading their organizations through change during an economic period that has undergone significant structural shifts.

Over the last decade GSF has become the leading conference for outsourcing and globalization that goes beyond the common issues to provide insights and advice on improving competitiveness and increasing profit margins through strategic outsourcing. It provides a unique opportunity for decision-makers and management to evaluate strategic options, leverage global sourcing models and gain best practices knowledge from experienced practitioners and thought leaders.

Global Sourcing Forum (GSF)’s primary focus is on showcasing latest strategies, trends and best practices in the industry through an interactive forum that encourages discussions and peer to peer learning. In addition, GSF offers a Global Showcase for exploration of established and emerging global destinations for outsourcing solutions and partnerships.

Three Conference Tracks:  For two days, decision-makers will converge to hear from analysts, offshoring specialists and advisors who have designed, sourced and managed large sourcing initiatives around the world.

  1. Sourcing Strategy: Achieving new Business Value through Innovation
  2. Mastering Sourcing: Driving Outcomes through Smart Partnerships and Delivery Models
  3. Best Sourcing Practices: Exceeding ROI Goals while Minimizing Risk

Pre-Conference Workshops:

  • Achieving Sourcing Excellence: From Sourcing to Governance (for Enterprise Buyers)
  • Selling to the CIO (For Industry Service Providers)

In the Global Showcase, you can explore fast maturing as well as emerging destinations for outsourcing, obtain solutions, and network with the top service providers from across the globe.

Service provider solutions include:

  • IT and Communications Outsourcing (ITO)
  • Business Process Outsourcing (BPO)
  • Knowledge Process Outsourcing (KPO)
  • Finance / Accounting Services Outsourcing (FAO)
  • Application Development + Maintenance (ADM)
  • Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) / Customer Relationship Management (CRM)
  • Legal Process Outsourcing (LPO)
  • Human Resources
  • Marketing and Sales
  • Customer Service / Call Center Services
  • and more.


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