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The Supply Chain Leadership Ladder: Develop and Evolve Your Approach to Sustainable Procurement

Webinar

 

Date and Time

Wednesday October 9, 2019
2:00 pm-3:00 pm EDT


Location

Webinar


Topics

#Supply Chain


Across industries, managing the social and environmental impacts in each company’s supply chain has become increasingly important. Leading companies recognize that supply chain sustainability programs create value through mitigating risk, increasing resource efficiency to find cost savings, driving innovation through supplier collaboration, and more.

The Supply Chain Leadership Ladder is a maturity model that BSR has developed for companies to evaluate and evolve their approach to supply chain sustainability, to help tailor the approach to ensure the company is getting value from its program. This practical webinar with two experts in responsible procurement will help you to learn to develop and improve your approach to supply chain sustainability.

Register for this webinar here

Speakers

  • Jorgette Mariñez, Director, Consumer Sectors, BSR
  • Tara Norton, Managing Director, BSR

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