As we continue the transition into a post-pandemic world, companies are feeling pressure from every angle to address climate risk, social justice, and ESG in their business and in their supply chains.
SupplyShift’s 2021 Summit, Charting Your Sustainable Supply Chain Journey, brings you practical strategies you can act on to drive meaningful progress on the ESG issues that matter most. Hear from some of the brightest minds leading sustainability, responsible procurement, compliance, and other functions to meet the challenge of adopting more equitable, resilient, and sustainable supply chains.
Learn from others who are leading the charge in the sustainable supply chain transformation.
Take away ideas and tactics that will drive meaningful results in your sustainable business journey.
Discover new strategies to achieve commitments and accelerate progress toward your goals.
SupplyShift’s 2020 Summit saw over 250 attendees. Get a glimpse of the companies that have joined us in the past for an idea of the caliber you can expect this year!
Whether you’re just getting started or have been working on sustainability initiatives for years, the most important thing you can do to drive progress is take the next step. Get acquainted with the Sustainable Supply Chain Journey, a four step framework businesses to help you plan, revise, and execute an effective supply chain sustainability strategy. From industry leaders, learn what practical approaches you can use to to start out, scale up, expand impact with suppliers, and integrate sustainability into every day business processes.
Building sustainable supply chains can be a massive challenge, and suppliers are a critical piece of the puzzle. To make meaningful progress on your initiatives, suppliers need to be bought in and enabled to own their share of the mission. Hear how businesses are engaging suppliers, what they’re doing to encourage and incentivize improvement, and how they are providing real business value to suppliers in the process.
By now virtually everyone understands the problem: businesses need to make a positive impact on supply chains, and fast. But that’s easier said than done. Hear first-hand from companies about the strategies being actively applied t, how technology factors in, and other practical advice you can take away to make real progress on your own sustainability journey.
Don’t miss the premier sustainable supply chain practitioner event of the year. Register by November 1 to save your spot!