The Global Sustainable Supply Chain Summit is to take place online over a 2 day period on the 8th and 9th of June. More than 30 global experts will participate in the event, which aims to inject sustainability into supply chain conversations and reinforce the role of supply chains.
A series of sustainability topics will be presented by influential industry voices, fostering learning, as well as inspiring and provoking conversation in sustainability at board level. This includes sustainability vs. profitability, traceability, and the importance of blockchain in the supply chain space.
Among the speakers are Alexis Bateman, Director of the Sustainable Supply Chains Lab at the MIT Center for Transportation & Logistics; Thomas Udesen, Chief Procurement Officer and Co-Founder of The Sustainable Procurement Pledge at Bayer; Magali Anderson, Chief Sustainability and Innovation Officer at LafargeHolcim; Ann Tracy, Chief Sustainability Officer at Colgate-Palmolive, and Arindam Sengupta, VP and Head of Procurement Asia Pacific at Dole International.
Two awards will be presented on the second day of the event – the Best Sustainable Supply Chain Corporate Award and the Sustainable Supply Chain Leader Award.
You can learn about the eligibility and entry criteria for each category and submit your application here.
The summit will continue over the 16th-18th of June, with a 3-Day Certified Sustainable Supply Chain Professional Course (CSSCP), which is a comprehensive supply chain virtual masterclass course designed for senior executives. The end goal of the CSSCP course is to educate supply chain professionals on how to maximize the success of supply chain in a way that protects the future of the planet and is sustainable in nature without sacrificing supply chain efficiency.
Join the conversation and grab the early bird tickets by registering before May 21 2021. It offers:
- 2-day FREE access to the summit’s keynotes and panels and the GSSC awards (saving USD250)
- a 20% discount on the 3-DAY CSSCP masterclass (Usual price USD1600)
Register here: https://www.globalsustainablesupplychain.com/
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