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Wishing You a Crazy Successful Year of Sourcing in 2019

As we reflect on an amazing 2018—learning from our customers and the incredible Sourcing community—we wanted to send the warmest wishes for a happy New Year! We’ve experienced an incredible past 12 months, chock-full of feedback, insight, and support from the best and brightest people. We can’t wait to see what 2019 has in store.

In the spirit of celebrating success and putting Sourcing Center Stage, we hope you’ll join us for SPARK 2019 in February. It will be a spectacular show dedicated to Sourcing leaders (like you!), and you won’t want to miss it. Register here.

Happy Holidays from all of us at Scout!

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