This webcast aired on April 27, 2021.
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As customer expectations for transparency and an ethical approach to business soar, companies that aren’t addressing the environmental, social and governance (ESG) impact of their organizations will get left behind. And that applies to who they work with too.
Are you confident that the companies your business sources from reflect your ethical standards? The reputation risk of working with suppliers that do not look after their employees or environment, or flout compliance regulations can be high.
Managing supply chain risk by monitoring third parties is top of the agenda for leading businesses. Join our virtual panel of experts as they discuss:
- Sustainability and Responsible Sourcing: Connecting your company’s responsible sourcing goals with the global sustainability agenda
- Responsible sourcing: The risks and challenges
- Risk identification and mitigation approaches: How to adapt as regulators tighten their compliance policies on labor rights and environment, health, and safety
- Tangible impact: Responsible sourcing isn’t a nice to have, it delivers bottom-line benefits and opportunities
Ruth Bromley, Director Procurement Enablement, Heineken
Gianni Giacomelli, Chief Innovation Officer, Genpact and Head of Innovation, MIT Center for Collective Intelligence
Anu Priy Vij, Compliance as a Service Leader, Genpact
Nicoletta Centofanti, LSFI Sustainability Adviser
Anna Hakobyan, Global Sustainability, Supplier Diversity & Government Compliance Lead, AstraZeneca