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Global Impact Sourcing Coalition Outreach Event

Paris

 

Date and Time

Tuesday December 13, 2016
8:00 am-10:00 am CET


Location

Paris


Topics

#Supply Chain


BSR and the Rockefeller Foundation are hosting an outreach event for companies interested in learning more about the Global Impact Sourcing Coalition, a new business coalition to promote more inclusive and sustainable global supply chains.

This event will give you the opportunity to:

  • Learn about impact sourcing and the opportunity that this inclusive hiring practice offers to business, employees, and communities
  • Learn how impact sourcing can help you achieve your goals to build more inclusive supply chains
  • Discuss challenges industry peers are facing to build more inclusive supply chains
  • Network and learn from other participants' experiences with impact sourcing
  • Join the new Global Impact Sourcing Coalition as a member

The event is mainly for global buyers of outsourcing services as well as procurement leads and heads of sustainability within your organization. 

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