Thursday 07 December 2017

How is being sustainable more cost-effective? LVMH and Firmenich talk about supply chains, data and the opportunity for long-term growth.


Why are forward-looking firms increasingly focusing on sustainable supply chains? In the world of 21st century supply chain management, access to better technology means greater transparency and therefore greater responsibility – leading to positive incentives for all stakeholders throughout the supply chain to be more sustainable. 

But this is not just about being sustainable for the sake of being sustainable. Christian Galichon of LVMH, Dominique Roques of Firmenich and Jacques Levet of BNP Paribas explain why sustainable supply chains mean greater cost effectiveness, how data intelligence has helped to cultivate a sustainable mindset, and why it fosters long-term growth and opportunity.



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