Today, sustainability in procurement is about balancing economic, social, and environmental factors. This holistic strategy not only aligns with global environmental goals but also mitigates risks enhances brand reputation and promotes responsible business practices.

In our fireside chats our eminent guests bring forth the aspects essential for implementing sustainable procurement practices and elaborate on how sustainability stands firm as the core around which procurement strategies orbit, ensuring a resilient and responsible future.


Untangling the sustainability perspective in supply chain

To be truly sustainable, sustainability as an idea must be instilled as a culture across the organization. Sharply turning the focus on what sustainability truly is for the corporate world, Jim Gowen, Senior Vice President, Global Supply Chain and Chief Sustainability Officer of Verizon shares about identifying the opportunities and leveraging those to incorporate sustainable practices.

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Enhancing Supply chain conduct with sustainable practices

In the world, where organizations are looking and targeting their ESG efforts across an end-to-end supply chain including their suppliers, Manish Bhasin, Global Head of Sustainable Procurement, A.P. Moller Maersk talks about how procurement can facilitate the creation of an external and reliable ecosystem of suppliers who are committed to the ESG agenda.

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Addressing Sustainability through Procurement Practices

As sustainable procurement is waving its way to the forefront of the business continuity plan, Thomas Udesen Chief Procurement Officer at Bayer and Co-Founder of the Sustainable Procurement Pledge (SPP), speaks about the current dilemmas around procurement and how procurement professionals can leverage their knowledge to empower sustainable practices in the function.

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