We’re pleased to announce that David Loseby MCIOB Chartered, FAPM, FCMI, FCIPS Chartered, MIoD, FRSA has been appointed as Managing Director.
With over 30 years’ operating in executive/director level roles, David’s varied global experiences and diverse sector knowledge will stand him in good stead for this leadership role.
David joins Barkers from his previous role as Global CPO at Rolls Royce. His significant past success within both the public and private sector and our wide-ranging client base, make this appointment a natural match.
We’re delighted that David has joined the team. His demonstrable success leading diverse procurement teams makes him perfectly positioned to offer compelling insight into varied client challenges and to further enhance our service solutions, delivering truly outstanding results for our clients.”– Warren Kozera Director, Barkers
As an experienced CPO, David’s strong leadership and direction will build upon and promote a robust culture of accountability, innovation, quality and performance management across the business. To support this aim, a key focus for David will be to further enhance the service provision offered by Barkers, based on robust research. A self-confessed ‘pracademic’ David’s passion for embedding theoretical-based best practice into real world scenarios will ensure that we continue to provide leading edge solutions and services to our client base.
A natural collaborator with a great ability to build rapport with individuals at all levels of the business, David is well placed to communicate our vision and strategy to create value for all clients and stakeholders. At Barkers delivering ‘value’ means more than traditional cost savings. As an ethical procurement consultancy, we embed social value into our working practices, and support clients with their social responsibility aims. This focus on social value resonates deeply with David.
I am truly excited to be joining Barkers as MD and to play a pivotal part in the next stage and phase of the journey. This is especially timely given the current call to action from many organisations to seek procurement and supply chain involvement to an even greater level than ever before. The natural alignment of social and ethical values holds great personal significance too, so I can’t wait to get started!– David Loseby Managing Director, Barkers