Embedding sustainability into the supply chain makes good business sense. Embracing sustainable procurement practices can help companies manage business risks, achieve costs savings through material efficiency gains, enhance their brand reputation, and manage suppliers more effectively. Ever more regulations focusing on social aspects (e.g., human rights, slavery) further reinforce the need to embed sustainability into the supply chain. But success requires a focus on real-world impact rather than primarily compliance-based activities.
This webinar is the fifth in a series. Access webinar series below.
Debunking Three CSR and Sustainable Procurement Myths
The State of Anti-Corruption in the Supply Chain: Highlights of the EcoVadis Study on 20,000 Companies
Combating Modern Slavery: Understanding Workers' Plight Deep in the Supply Chain
Megatrends: The Biggest Forces Changing the World, Business and Supply Chains
CSR Criteria in Contract Clauses: A Vital Step to Translate Sustainable Supply Chain Vision Into Action