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HPMF organizes its global strategy meet to discuss the 1000-day plan

The HPMF (Hospitality Purchasing Managers’ Forum) is a consortium of purchasing managers from the hospitality sector that includes representatives from star hotels, catering businesses, independent restaurant chains, retail chains, and airlines. 

The first of its kind in India, HPMF is a non-profit organization registered by the Charity Commissioner’s office to give buyers in the hospitality sector a platform. Some of the essential components of HPMF include training and development of procurement professionals, consolidated procurement, industry product standardization, volume discounts, improved professionalism in the purchasing process, development of potential vendors, green initiatives, and corporate social responsibilities.

A global organization with more than 6000 members of the hospitality purchasing fraternity, HPMF was founded in 2010. The organization has chapters in Mumbai, Pune, New Delhi, Rajasthan, West Bengal, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Tamilnadu, Karnataka, Goa, Kerala, and Gujarat, in addition to its headquarters in Mumbai. Internationally, HPMF has chapters in Bangladesh, the UK, Nepal, Bhutan, Sri Lanka, and the Maldives. 

To maintain its position as one of the world’s top professional forums for the hospitality procurement community, HPMF is now taking the next step. Nitin Nagrale, the organization’s founder and general secretary, has announced the formation of the HPMF strategic team to execute the 1000-day plan.

To elevate the benchmark, HPMF is known for establishing a team of 150+ highly skilled, driven, and motivated hospitality purchasing specialists from 20 cities in India and neighboring nations that are ready to start. The idea is to organize these specialists into focused teams that will carry out a 100-point plan in a planned and time-bound manner. The agenda includes a wide range of activities, such as strategic alliances with various governing bodies, the development of educational programs specifically for the hospitality industry, the opening of several HPMF chapters covering India and other nations, and socially responsible initiatives to provide help and guidance to the underprivileged and fraternity members.

This initiative would establish the Indian hospitality procurement fraternity as a recognized force around the globe and provide chances for Indian vendors and enterprises to compete worldwide. HPMF has always been at the forefront of promoting India and Indian culture through its activities.

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