Look into recent statistics that illustrate the current supply chain climate, including:
Walk through the potential for exposure to bribery, corruption, human rights and environmental risks by detailing key considerations for each stage of the product lifecycle:
Effective supply chain due diligence helps businesses better balance corporate responsibilities with core business objectives by enabling them to:
Strengthening supply chain fundamentals and improving global supply chain visibility can positively impact overall business operations. It provides a deeper look into the ethical standards and consumer and shareholder expectations that are a part of operating in today’s increasingly global marketplace. The infographic details why supply chain issues rooted in bribery and corruption take a significant toll on the global economy, humankind and the environment and how the responsibility to help prevent them begins with your business. Take the next step toward stronger global supply chain visibility with insights from our infographic.
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2 Webb, Jonathan, “Two thirds of corporations ignore corruption in their supply chains,” Forbes Magazine, July 19, 2017, https://www.forbes.com/sites/jwebb/2017/07/19/two-thirds-of-corporations-ignore-corruption-in-their-supply-chains/#73a2d2a7348
3 Manners-Bell, John, “Endemic corruption in global logistics,” Kogan Page, June 4, 2015, https://www.koganpage.com/article/endemic-corruption-in-global-logistics
4 Iurillo, Olivia, “6 Dangers of Influencer Marketing,” Social Media Today, July 11, 2019 https://www.socialmediatoday.com/news/6-dangers-of-influencer-marketing/558493/
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