Mid-Size Companies: The Next Frontier in Sustainable Procurement

September 6, 2021 EcoVadis ‏‏‎


Sustainable procurement is now an accepted part of doing business for the world’s leading companies, with multinational giants like Unilever, Goodyear and Microsoft taking increasingly ambitious strides to integrate sustainability throughout their complex and far-reaching supply chains. Since 2007, our Sustainable Procurement Barometer has tapped into our extensive network to gauge how companies across a range of industries and geographies are approaching procurement. For years, most of the responses we received were from Global 500 companies. However, our Sustainable Procurement Barometer 2021 – launched in partnership with Stanford’s Value Chain Innovation Initiative –  tells a very different story.


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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 160+ countries.

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