Press Releases

June 15, 2011 SIG Furthers National Presence with Florida Office

TRUCKEE, Calif. “ Sourcing Interests Group (SIG) is strengthening its presence across the U.S. as it relocates its headquarters to Jacksonville, Fla. The premier organization for sourcing and outsourcing, executives will retain satellite offices in Truckee (Lake Tahoe), Calif., Seattle, Los Angeles, the San Francisco Bay Area, and Clearwater, Fla., while Dawn Evans, president and CEO, will open the new northern Florida main office.

April 20, 2011 SIG CEO Dawn Evans Named as 2011 Pros to Know by Leading Business Magazine

Dawn Evans, Sourcing Interests Group (SIG), chief executive officer, was recently named in Supply & Demand Chain Executive magazine's 2011 Practitioner Pros to Know listing. Each year this industry publication honors exceptional corporate executives at manufacturing and non-manufacturing enterprises.

March 10, 2011 HfS Podcast: Dawn Evans and Phil Fersht Discuss the New HfS/SIG Partnership

HfS Research VP of Marketing Mark Reed-Edwards got together with HfS Founder and CEO Phil Fersht and Dawn Evans, President and CEO of Sourcing Interests Group, to discuss the new groundbreaking industry research and networking partnership announced on March 8.

March 07, 2011 Sourcing Interests Group Inks Exclusive Research Partnership with HfS Research

San Francisco, Calif. and Boston, Mass. “ Sourcing Interests Group (SIG), the premier membership organization for sourcing and outsourcing executives, announced an exclusive research partnership with HfS Research, the leading research analyst firm covering global outsourcing and shared services strategies.

November 24, 2010 Nearshore Americas News Blog Interviews SIG President and CEO Dawn Tiura on Latin America Outsourcing

In the eyes of Dawn Evans, CEO of Sourcing Interests Group, there are many miles ahead in terms of maturity for the Nearshore outsourcing industry. Our interview with Dawn reveals a series of lingering concerns and outright barriers to outsourcing expansion in Latin America – based around the perceived lack of political commitment from governments in the Nearshore region and other hurdles.

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