Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) concerns have become a top priority for consumers, investors, and regulators alike. Companies that prioritize sustainability in their business strategy stand to gain a competitive advantage in the market, increase resilience, and mitigate risk of disruptions. However, to address sustainability in a meaningful way, businesses need visibility across their multi-tiered supply chains to identify where the greatest environmental and social impacts are found.
Given the complexity of today’s supplier networks, building a sustainable supply chain can feel like a daunting task. Yet without a strategy to track, monitor, and improve supplier sustainability performance, businesses cannot fully manage their ESG risks.
Download the Supply Chain Sustainability Journey white paper to explore:
- Why companies need a robust supplier ESG strategy in today’s market, and what benefits they’ll gain
- The four phases of the supply chain sustainability journey, and how to go about navigating each step
- Tools available to streamline the process