The 10th annual Sustainable Supply Chain Summit will take place on 10-11 November in London - bringing together 150+ global organisations to debate the future of supply chains and sustainability
London – 11/08/15
Supply chain has often been seen as an area of risk by international corporations. In recent years some global brands have rethought their business and value chain work has blossomed into an area of opportunities and innovation.
The two-day Sustainable Supply Chain Summit focusses exclusively on bringing together major brand leaders to speak on this critical area of business. Through keynote sessions, case studies and in-depth rountable debates the Summit will review and discuss the cradle to cradle journey with some of the most inspirational corporate and NGO leaders.
Speakers sharing their experiences include senior executives from: AkzoNobel, Cargill, Bam Construct, Olam International, GSK, Telefonica O2, Molson Coors and (many) more.
The audience - dominated by nearly 70% corporate brands - plays an active role in the 17 discussions and debate sessions. Previous attendees include brands like The Co-Operative, SABMiller, PepsiCo, Johnson Matthey, Ericsson, HP, Marks and Spencer, Deutsche Telekom AG, Arriva, Bloomberg and many more.
Topics up for debate at the 10th iteration of this leading supply chain conference include: increased value chain transparency, taking direct ownership of supplier factories, disruptive value chain strategies, creating shared value across the value chain and cross-industry collaboration.
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