For those companies who have already succeeded in achieving supply chain transparency, the next challenge of embedding sustainable practices in supply chains can seem daunting.
In a fast-paced and uncertain globalised economy, the challenges to achieving best practice and innovative thinking can be overwhelming.
However, leading businesses are embracing the maxim that ‘you can’t manage what you don’t monitor’; using supply chain visibility for game changing results for their sustainability and business goals.
From leading retailers such as M&S’ Plan A to pioneering suppliers tackling grass-roots issues, proactive businesses are proving the sustainable business case; securing supply, retaining talent, achieving financial savings and forging new business models.
Following on from our enabling transparency event, this forum examines how businesses can drive and empower sustainable practices in their supply chains. At this forum learn from the lessons of businesses on this issue and participate in B2B, peer-to-peer knowledge exchange and learning, facilitated by UNGC-UK and Sedex.
- Tamsin Lejeune, CEO, Ethical Fashion Forum
- Michael Spenley, Head of Corporate Responsiblity, Shop Direst Group
- Helen Mctaggart, Ethical Trading Manager, M&S
Follow the link to register.