Podcast: Data and Visibility of Labor and Human Rights Risk

SupplyShift Staff

April 24, 2019

SupplyShift COO, Jamie Barsimantov, was featured on the Consumer Goods Forum’s E2E Value Chain Podcast Series: Data and Visibility of Labor and Human Rights Risk. Listen to the interview and learn about the tools and approaches enabling new levels of visibility for labor and human rights issues in global supply chains.

Synopsis: More and more, consumers want the brands they buy from to reflect their own values, treat workers fairly, protect the environment, and employ honest business practices. Technology plays an increasingly critical role in this regard as the gathering, transformation and loading of specific data is key. In this episode of the End-to-End Value Chain podcast series, we hear from Jamie Barsimantov, COO & Co-founder of SupplyShift, who shares his insights on leveraging data for end-to-end visibility of labor and human rights risk in global supply chains.

End-to-End Value Chain Podcast by The Consumer Goods Forum
Data and Visibility of Labor and Human Rights Risk

 

To learn about the End-to-End Value Chain initiative and for more podcast episodes like this, visit The Consumer Good’s Forum website.

SupplyShift Staff

April 24, 2019

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