Everybody knows that better collaboration amongst competitors, other industries and Public or Private bodies can accelerate sustainability solutions and impact. By the same token, it can cripple progress if initiatives are poorly designed. We look at the mechanics of the best examples of successful collaboration beyond the corporate walls.

AlstomAmandine NoureldinSustainable Sourcing DirectorAlstom

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The Responsible Supply Chain Summit 2017

October 2017, London

Europe’s premier meeting place for supply chain, sustainability and procurement professionals. Learn how to drive collaboration and go deeper in their supply chain to deliver bigger positive impact for stakeholders.

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