Responsible Sourcing & Sustainability Advisory, Projects & Online courses
Delivered by experienced Supply Chains Environmental & Social E&S
(Human Rights, Modern Slavery prevention, Labour standards) Professionals,
With Decades of experience,…especially in China and Asia,
and in times of crisis.
Guidance, and Insights in this time of Corona Virus challenge,
into How companies can step by step do the supply chain business Human Rights Due Diligence (HRDD), and Responsible Business, still, and increasingly, expected by Investors, Society, Customers and Laws, and
to deliver on the SDGs to support welfare of the most vulnerable, and Sustainability.
Insights into modern slavery & related risks remaining in crisis, labour standards and supply chain social challenges faced and solutions.
Advisory in how to align crisis action plans to new & emerging modern slavery, ESG and related legislation,
expectations and standards, to support sustainable business for coming out of the crisis.
Support to understand the Tech tools, Collaboration databases, Industry and Muti-stakeholder Initiatives (MSIs),
and approaches to map and manage risks and Environmental Sustainability and Social Impacts.
Experience in delivering highly-lauded Modern Slavery statements, and tailored crisis response.
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SUPPLYESCHANGE ADVISORS ARE EXPERIENCED IN DELIVERING ECONOMIC, PRACTICAL, BUSINESS SUSTAINABILITY RESULTS, AND CUTTING-EDGE SOLUTIONS FOR IMPACT, and in times of Crisis.
Our Team have worked:
-In leading corporations including Burberry, Puma, Nike, REI, PVH,
-With and in Initiatives and organisations such as ILO Better Work, the Global Association for Sustainable Supply Chains, the Ethical Trading Initiative (ETI), the anti-slavery charity Unseen UK, TfS (Together for Sustainability), Business for Social Responsibility (BSR), the World Bank, the Fair Labor Association (FLA), INNO Handshake China, Verite, and more in leading NGOs including Human Rights Watch (HRW),
-Inputting to standards (OECD Guidelines, UK Modern Slavery Act Transparency in Supply Chains Guidance, ILO Better Work, etc);
-Leading sector wide projects, workshops, trainings, and study tours
-Advising and training leading businesses large and small to deliver Social Impact.
We provide Independent Insights into Tech, databases, platforms, providers, certifications, and Approaches used across industries,
and to respond to crisis like COV-19 Corona Virus.
TAILORED ONLINE COURSES, SUPPORT:
BRINGING COMPANIES TOGETHER IN SMALL CLOSED GROUPS
FOR RAPID, FACILITATED CROSS–LEARNING ONLINE to develop and deliver,
IMPROVED PLANS, RISK MANAGEMENT and IMPACT.
There has been an increase in modern slavery, and human rights (labour standards) risks in supply chains affecting social impacts.
Risks are now higher with the corona virus crisis,
yet responsible business will still be required to innovate and find ways to support supply chain factory worker and family livelihoods,
and deliver on their SDGs commitments with suppliers.
Understanding and managing this properly, and responding to crisis responsibly, can be expensive without experience.
OUR TEAM HAVE EXPERIENCE LEADING RESPONSIBLE SOURCING (ESG IN ACTION) IN SOME OF THE TOP FASHION, APPAREL AND CONSUMER GOODS FIRMS.
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Team of independent experienced experts in Supply Chain Social Impacts and Environmental performance, and
Responsible Sourcing (ESG in Action)
have managed crisis and risks in some of the largest global Fashion, Apparel, and Consumer Goods firms, guided firms of other sizes and sectors,
and are dedicated to help clients take needed action faster.
We provide Simple, tailored up to date guidance, insights and support to develop new plans to implement to meet increasing expectations,
for responsible business in dealing with supply chain social impact in time of crisis and beyond.