The multiplier event was held at Helsinki, Finland in place called as Messukeskus. It was organized by the project team together with the Finnish Association of Purchasing and Logistics. Finnish Association of Purchasing and Logistics (LOGY) is a not-for-profit association of private individuals and legal entities. The purpose of LOGY is to develop procedures for purchasing of materials and services and to promote physical logistics (i.e. transport, storage, handling) and the professional skills of employees in ourchasing and logistics for the benefit of the economy and society. The project team had gathered all relevant material for practitioners, since the goal was not only disseminate results but raise deep insights into openly-basis discussion. There were more than 40 attendees and every seat in the auditorium was taken. It was found that LOGY’s work has just started about purchasing skills, and was in initial phase. Secondly, they had no previous access to scholarly written documents such as literature reviews. Regardless of that, they had already started thinking about relevant skills for PSM profession. LOGY presentatives were very interested to hear following presentations, since their own work could benefit from it. There were also clear instructions given, disseminated by the project team, to get familiar with the all content which are available in PERFECT project website. This way, each participant could reflect their own understanding about PSM profession to knowledge provided by project. The education curriculum perspective was very useful to LOGY members, according to their discussions with Steve Kelly and others from project team. The connection between skills and performance results of the company raised fruitful discussions among audience, and it was proof that also quantitative approach for skills research were warmly welcomed by audience. Thus, dissemination of our results were fully transferred to the audience and further references provided to those who were interested know more about research results.