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EcoVadis is the world’s most trusted provider of business sustainability ratings, intelligence and collaborative performance improvement tools for global supply chains. Backed by a powerful technology platform and a global team of domain experts, EcoVadis’ easy-to-use and actionable sustainability scorecards provide detailed insight into environmental, social and ethical risks across 200+ purchasing categories and 175+ countries.Follow on Twitter Follow on Linkedin Visit Website More Content by EcoVadis
The CEOs of two medium-sized companies using EcoVadis as suppliers - Cafiver, a coffee producer in Mexico a...
Companies with good ESG ratings can win premiums. By contrast, the consequences of a substandard rating can be momentous. In an age where sustainability matters, ratings can earn new levels of status.
Our Index Report finds 10% of the EcoVadis network are “advanced” sustainability performers. What does the data reveal about these companies? How are they benefiting? What next steps to leadership?
Speakers from rated companies across Asia-Pacific chat about the challenges, improvements and opportunities for companies being rated on their sustainability performance. Featuring: Rajesh Chhaba
In this webinar we discuss how businesses can communicate their commitment to sustainability through policies, endorsing CSR initiatives, and identifying sustainability issues.
This webinar hosted by our training partner CSRWorks introduces the concept of a living wage, the issues that surround it, and the role organizations can play in maintaining good working conditions.
This webinar discusses various internationally recognised frameworks for reporting such as GRI, SASB and TCFD, as well as how these frameworks relate to the EcoVadis Assessment.
See key findings from the sixth edition of the Business Sustainability Risk and Performance Index: Insights from Global Supply Chain Ratings, an analysis of 53,000 companies across the globe.
Analyzing the performance of over 53,000 companies between 2017-2021, the Sustainability Risk and Performance Index provides unrivaled insight into sustainability trends across regions and industries
Executives from leading industries discuss how collaboration is the key to global sustainable supply chains.
Top Executives from global leading brands discuss the benefits of joining an Sector Initiative powered by EcoVadis.
Procurement professionals are increasingly integrating commitments to sustainability objectives into their RFPs and selecting suppliers with whom they can work in partnership.
With the German and the European Supply Chain Act, and other provisions such as the EU Taxonomy Regulation and the CSRD, companies large and small must invest in sustainability and due diligence.
This panel covers how rated companies can tackle some of the key challenges of beginning the assessment process and showcases the evolution of the sustainability journey.
In the third webinar of this four-part series with CSRWorks, you will learn about the importance of having effective labor and human rights practices in your sustainability management system
As the EU moves to implement a mandatory due diligence regime, the latest EcoVadis Risk and Sustainability Index reveals that European businesses are unprepared for forthcoming regulatory changes.
Panel discussion at the B2B Sustainability Forum - Northern Europe with Neil Hamilton, CEO, Apollo Scientific; Paul Jenner, Quality Manager, SGK; Paul van de Meer, Quality Manager, van der Valk- Ella,
As highlighted in Index 2021, sustainability performance has continued to improve across regions and industries despite pandemic related challenges. However, key supply chain vulnerabilities persisted
Our methodology provides an overview of the EcoVadis reference model, seven founding principles, CSR criteria and rating process.
Panel discussion at the B2B Sustainability Forum - Northern Europe on how buyers and suppliers can collaborate to build stronger partnerships and drive impact along the value chain. With John Hayes, C