Supply chain ESG: the sustainability connection

We interviewed senior leaders in large and mid-sized organisations to discover their greatest supply chain concerns. This report reveals the results and concludes by providing five key pieces of practical advice.

What's covered in this report?

  • Insights from our open and honest coversations with senior leaders: 
    • Trigger: Increasing legislative requirements means large organisations must have a thorough understanding of their complete value chain.
    • Trickle down: Smaller organisations not directly caught by the legislation will be indirectly impacted where they are part of the value chain of a large company.
    • Technology: Embracing technological innovations enhances ESG engagement in supply chains and promotes transparency, efficiency and accuracy.
  • Practical steps: how can your business use ESG principles to drive supply chain resilience?
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