Dragon Sourcing: Procurement Services Provider (Interview with the CEO Richard Laub)

Dragon Sourcing: Procurement Services Provider (Interview with the CEO Richard Laub)

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Dragon Sourcing is a procurement services provider, delivering significant and sustainable value to organisations in the procurement of their goods and services from emerging and developed markets.

Whether the objective is to procure competitively from emerging markets for export, to procure for local operations, or to gain global procurement intelligence to make better decisions, Dragon Sourcing is your partner of choice.

Dragon Sourcing aims to develop long-term relationships based on trust, transparency and business integrity with a limited number of organizations.

Founded in 2004, Dragon Sourcing has expanded to offices across Asia, Europe and the Americas which means we are able to closely integrate with both the clients and their supply markets.

While offering a complete sourcing service to companies across the globe looking to procure effectively from low cost countries, Dragon Sourcing understands the challenges involved and work in partnership to address the risks and deliver results to the bottom line.

Dragon Sourcing gives you targeted insight into categories and markets to enable effective procurement decisions. Market volatility causes significant challenges to procurement managers. To deliver value to the business it is critical to have insight into the current cost and market dynamics of key categories & raw materials, together with early warnings of potential market risks. With so many sources of information available Dragon Sourcing rapidly filters out what is relevant and reliable to support effective decision making.

High operating costs, staff attrition and corruption are the main challenges to the effectiveness of small International Procurement Offices (IPOs) below 10 staff. Through outsourcing your IPO to Dragon Sourcing you can immediately reduce your overheads, reduce staffing risk, and the risk of corruption, whilst gaining access to the Dragon Sourcing’s scale.

Richard Laub is the co-founder of Dragon Sourcing and has over 20 years of consulting and industry experience focused on procurement transformation. He has worked in a range of blue-chip consultancies and industry roles across Europe in a range of industries including automotive, chemicals, FMCG, electronics, paper & financial services. Richard started his career at Booz Allen Hamilton, becoming the Partner in charge of their European Procurement Practice. He then took responsibility for managing the transformation of the indirect procurement function of a global electronics company before taking the leadership of Accenture’s European Procurement practice. Richard holds a Commercial Engineering degree from Solvay Business School, Brussels and an MBA from Carnegie Mellon, USA.

Olivier Levy is the co-founder of Dragon Sourcing and has over 20 years of consulting and operational supply chain and procurement experience particularly in the Asian supply markets. He started his career in production at St Gobain, spent 3 years in the procurement practice of Booz Allen Hamilton and took procurement leadership positions, first in Europe then in Asia, at Sagem the leading French electronics company. Prior to founding Dragon Sourcing in 2004, he spent 3 years as Asia Procurement Director for Bachy-Soletanche. Olivier holds an Engineering degree from Ecole Polytechnique and Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Mines de Paris.
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2 thoughts on “Dragon Sourcing: Procurement Services Provider (Interview with the CEO Richard Laub)

  1. Rodolfo Vitangcol says:

    Million Dollar Income Potential in Ruvol

    I have invented a Board Game [still unpublished] that is guaranteed to be far more challenging and exciting to play than CHESS. I called it “RUVOL.”

    Over time, Ruvol will surpass chess as the “Number One Board Game in the World.”

    Why am I so sure about this? Because I am an avid chess player myself. I found chess to be so repetitive that any clever player could easily master the moves to a point they could even play against opponents blindfolded. It is for this reason I invented a game where every game is always a new challenge and exciting to play.

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    For the reason that I don’t have enough resources to produce, distribute, and market Ruvol on a global scale, I find it “wiser” to simply sell my copyright.

    If you are interested to buy my copyright, email me your BEST PRICE OFFER—[the copyright going to one with the highest reasonable bid]. Or if you know someone willing to buy my copyright, you are entitled to a 10% commission.

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    Thanks and God bless.

    The Ruvol Inventor

    [email protected]gmail.com

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