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CSR

Help Influence Procurement’s Role and Purpose of the Future – New Survey

International business consultancy, and one of Europe’s leading specialists in procurement and supply chain management, Inverto, is spearheading a survey of procurement leaders across the […]

Learn about the Circular Economy at ValueX this month

The circular economy as a concept has many attractions. Few people can be unaware of the environmental challenges the world faces, as Extinction Rebellion hits […]

Sustainable Procurement – How It Is Evolving as a Procurement Priority

EcoVadis (which provides sustainability ratings and performance improvement tools for global supply chains) has published its biennial report the ‘Sustainable Procurement Barometer,’ which sets out […]

Procurement With Heart

There should (rightly) be a CSR aspect to commerce; gone should be the days of the ‘show me the money’ attitude with consideration for nothing […]

Can Procurement With Purpose Save the World? Pub Debate Arguments Against the Motion

Yesterday we focused on the arguments put forward by our two proposers of the motion “This House Believes that Procurement with Purpose can save the world” […]

Down the Procurement Pub with Preston, Coupa, Scalpels, Bombardier, Ivalua and Django Django

Ah, the beautiful Isabel! No, not the talented journalist Isabel Hardman, but the restaurant in Mayfair where I ate this week. Perhaps the most aesthetically […]

Socially Responsible Procurement – BHRE/LUPC Event Overview

Friday saw the BHRE/LUPC Symposium at the University of Greenwich, with the title of “Socially responsible public procurement: Protecting and promoting human rights as we […]