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EcoVadis is the world’s most trusted provider of business sustainability ratings, intelligence and collaborative performance improvement tools for global supply chains. Backed by a powerful technology platform and a global team of domain experts, EcoVadis’ easy-to-use and actionable sustainability scorecards provide detailed insight into environmental, social and ethical risks across 200 purchasing categories and 160 countries. Industry leaders such as Johnson & Johnson, Verizon, L’Oréal, Subway, Nestlé, Salesforce, Michelin and BASF are among the more than 75,000 businesses on the EcoVadis network, all working with a single methodology to evaluate, collaborate and improve sustainability performance in order to protect their brands, foster transparency and innovation, and accelerate growth. Learn more on ecovadis.com, Twitter or LinkedIn.

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    The four phases of the Covid crisis: supply chain sustainability and resilience

    With the fight against corruption an urgent priority for governments and regulators, research by EcoVadis suggests that many companies do not have the systems and procedures in place to protect their bottom line or their reputation.
    Read this whitepaper for key insight from EcoVadis’s first anti-corruption report, based on assessments of more than 20,000 businesses across 100 countries and 150 industries.

    As the COVID-19 crisis unfolds, it is not only pushing the limits of resilience of many supply chains, and it is also a stress-test of the quality of suppliers’ underlying management systems for related sustainability issues. 

    That the Coronavirus crisis has struck in the middle of a stakeholder-capitalism movement where companies were making commitments to serve a social purpose, is a cold irony.

    It’s tempting to think such commitments have been put on hold, but a look at the four steps of crisis evolution reveals the vital link and importance of robust sustainable procurement to build resilience and protect long-term value within a supply base.

    In this webinar we walk through the four steps of a crisis and establish how sustainability builds resilience.

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    Return on sustainability: The value and ROI of sustainable procurement

    With the fight against corruption an urgent priority for governments and regulators, research by EcoVadis suggests that many companies do not have the systems and procedures in place to protect their bottom line or their reputation.
    Read this whitepaper for key insight from EcoVadis’s first anti-corruption report, based on assessments of more than 20,000 businesses across 100 countries and 150 industries.

    In the growing movement toward stakeholder capitalism, investors, customers, employees and the public are demanding that businesses - including their value chains - serve a social purpose. Businesses have been committing to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, eliminate slave labor, provide decent work conditions, conserve resources, while delivering financial results.

    This has put immense pressure for procurement teams to go far beyond traditional compliance-only ‘risk management’, to true shared value creation.  This means creating measurable value and ROI from sustainable procurement.

    This ebook summarizes the seven key levers of measurable value creation and ROI from sustainable procurement.

    The good news is that sustainable supply chain and value creation go hand in hand.

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    Procurement's role in corporate climate action

    With the fight against corruption an urgent priority for governments and regulators, research by EcoVadis suggests that many companies do not have the systems and procedures in place to protect their bottom line or their reputation.
    Read this whitepaper for key insight from EcoVadis’s first anti-corruption report, based on assessments of more than 20,000 businesses across 100 countries and 150 industries.

    For most of 2020, organisations have been focused on survival through the coronavirus pandemic and the subsequent economic downturn. But humanity faces a challenge even more profound than COVID-19: climate change. 

    And as procurement professionals, you have a critical role to play in helping the planet – one that is being increasingly recognised by business leaders, regulators and other stakeholders. The function has a powerful role and an opportunity – even a duty – to step up and lead the way, making a tangible difference for organisations, broader ecosystems, humanity and the planet through action in the supply chain, using its purchasing power and influence over suppliers to drive positive change. Change which cannot come a moment too soon.

    Download this expert report as we explore how.

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    How ethical is your supply chain?

    With the fight against corruption an urgent priority for governments and regulators, research by EcoVadis suggests that many companies do not have the systems and procedures in place to protect their bottom line or their reputation.
    Read this whitepaper for key insight from EcoVadis’s first anti-corruption report, based on assessments of more than 20,000 businesses across 100 countries and 150 industries.

    With the fight against corruption an urgent priority for governments and regulators, research by EcoVadis suggests that many companies do not have the systems and procedures in place to protect their bottom line or their reputation.

    Read this whitepaper for key insight from EcoVadis’s first anti-corruption report, based on assessments of more than 20,000 businesses across 100 countries and 150 industries.

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    From resilience to opportunity: Sustainability pays off through the crisis and beyond

    Despite the fears that it would negatively impact sustainability progress, the COVID-19 pandemic has consolidated corporate sustainability goals at the top of the executive agenda. Sustainable Procurement Barometer 2021, developed jointly by EcoVadis and the Value Chain Innovation Initiative at Stanford Graduate School of Business, provides critical insights into the growing recognition that sustainable procurement is fundamental to building resilience throughout organisations and supply chains, mitigating risk and driving results.

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    Rethink and rebuild your supply chain

    In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, companies are realising the need to integrate sustainability and resilience throughout their organisations and supply chains. Developed through analysis of current trends and insight from leading companies, this guide provides five steps to help your company rethink and rebuild its supply chain.

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    Do you need to compromise for a more sustainable supply chain?

    A year as tough as 2020 demands that we all have a deep strategic rethink of how we approach both finance and supplier performance, particularly when it comes to our Environmental, Social and Corporate Governance (ESG) and sustainability practices.

    Organisations have been taught some tough lessons during the COVID-19 crisis. First, how important resilience and value chains are. And second, how essential it is for businesses to optimise capital and cash flow.

    Join this Supply Management Insider webinar, produced in partnership with EcoVadis, to learn more about the process of evaluating your supply chain, the financial benefits of ESG and a new breed of financing programmes that can accelerate cash flow for organisations or suppliers, while providing incentives to improve sustainability performance.

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