Consumers have made it clear that they prefer to buy from brands who care for people and planet. And in the eyes of consumers, regulators, and investors, those standards now extend to the suppliers with which those companies do business.
But for businesses to meet those demands, they must first navigate the complex landscape of assessments and solutions promising to make all their sustainability problems go away. How does a business know where to start? How do retailers, brands, and suppliers seamlessly exchange information to move the sustainability conversation forward? How can they get everything into one place so that the value of sustainability data can be tapped throughout the supply chain and within each business individually?
The Sustainability Consortium (TSC) and SupplyShift have entered into a new partnership to help address these questions. Join Supply Shift COO and Co-founder Jamie Barsimantov and TSC Director of Implementation Jessica Ginger to learn about:
- The role industry standardization can play in advancing supply chain sustainability.
- How retailers, brands, and suppliers can work together to achieve consumer product sustainability at scale.
Director of Implementation
The Sustainability Consortium