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2021-09-14T09:48:55+02:0014.September 2021|


denkstatt group Webinar: Sustainable procurement – How companies can help to establish sustainable supply chains

Wed, Sep 29, 2021 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM CET

Companies face increasing demands and regulations for implementing sustainability across their entire value chain (e.g., the Lieferkettensorgfaltspflichtengesetz in Germany). Particular focus is on companies’ purchasing departments. They are considered as multiplier and driver of sustainability across the value chain.

In this webinar, we will highlight the particular importance of purchasing departments for the sustainability performance of companies as well as dive into potential business cases.
Furthermore, we will introduce important processes and levers how buyers can implement sustainability measures and which tools, standards and cooperation opportunities exist to support them.

Register now for free – we are looking forward to sharing our knowledge with you!

What can you expect:

  • Requirements for corporations for implementing sustainable value chains
  • Importance of purchasing departments and potential business cases for driving sustainable procurement
  • Processes and tools for implementing sustainability in the supply chain

About the Speakers:
Michaela Goette-Köse
Her focus at sustainable AG is on the development of sustainability strategies and their implementation in the core business along the value chain. This includes dealing with sustainability risks along the entire supply chain, designing sustainable supply chain and procurement functions and building sustainable supplier relationships.

Dr. Albert Hans Baur
At sustainable AG, Albert focuses on sustainable urban development and infrastructure and mobility solutions as well as on the development and implementation of customised climate and sustainability strategies with and for companies. His work is centered on climate change mitigation, adaptation to the changes that are already occurring and the management of sustainability risks across the entire value chain.

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