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Alisa Samoylova

Alisa is a Market Analyst with responsibility for Procurement BPS and Healthcare BPS research.

Alisa's current project is Pharmaceuticals / Life Sciences Operational Transformation.

Before joining NelsonHall in 2020, Alisa held roles in market research at Euromonitor International, in procurement and finance at King's College London, as well as in scientific research at Heidelberg University in Germany.

Alisa holds a BSc in Biotechnology with German for Science from Imperial College London and an MSc in Management from London School of Economics specialising in Strategy and International Business.

When not working, Alisa enjoys sports, hiking and travelling.

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    • Capgemini Rebuilds Procurement Services to Address Key Challenges

      Jun 01, 2021, by Alisa Samoylova

        One of the impacts of the pandemic has been a broad acceleration in enterprise digitalization initiatives, and organizations are looking for strategic partners to assist them in their digital transformation journeys. While digitalization is now top of mind even in procurement, historic[...]

    • How COVID-19 is Helping Procurement Departments Overcome Some Key Challenges

      Sep 16, 2020, by Alisa Samoylova

      It is no surprise that COVID-19 is the main theme of virtual conferences such as Procurecon Indirect that focus on the procurement function. And at NelsonHall we are seeing that the pandemic has sparked a range of inquiries from procurement professionals about the art of what’s possible. O[...]

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