It is becoming overwhelmingly evident that sustainable procurement is a vital element to the success of the global supply chains of almost every industry. Brands are feeling the pressure of intensifying scrutiny, shifting customer demands and constantly growing pressures for more transparency. Businesses -- and their supply chains -- must become more sustainable to not only avoid falling behind their competitors, but to deliver on future growth.
We’ve worked with over 200 procurement teams from multinational companies and have learned lessons as they built, launched and grew their sustainability programs. We’ve condensed this knowledge into this first series of webinars, so you can benefit from this vast experience and get a huge head start on your program today.
Explore the drivers (risks and opportunities) and benefits of implementing a sustainable procurement program.
Our experts will delve into the strategy setting process to ensure everything you do fits into your overarching business strategy.
We will walk you through the process implantation and the tools needed to make the most out of sustainable supply chain.
This session will present how an industry leader rolled out an effective sustainable procurement program.
David has a strong passion for bringing complex technologies to productive, everyday use. Before joining EcoVadis in 2014, David was co-founder and CMO at Xform Computing, a cloud computing and mobile apps startup. Prior to that he was VP Marketing at Cogi.com, and Director of Product Management at Callwave, Inc., both in VoIP-related technology and services. David holds a degree in Industrial Engineering from Stanford University.
Sean's career has spanned numerous industries at the intersection of sustainability and technology. In his present role at EcoVadis, he is responsible for enterprise sustainability ratings solutions for strategic sectors in the US. Sean holds an M.B.A. with specialization in venture capital, entrepreneurship, and social impact and innovation from the NYU Stern School of Business, a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from Penn State.
As part of the EcoVadis Client Success team, Jessica brings over 10 years of experience in strategy, category insights, and customer development from her previous work in Consumer Packaged Goods. She is a champion of CSR in business and the workplace, focusing on change management and execution. Jessica holds a degree in Business from Canada's Schulich School of Business.