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Five ways to save valuable time when buying supply chain risk management software
Can Artificial Intelligence Fix Slavery In Supply Chains?
AI is speeding up the supply chain transparency movement
FRDM In The Finance Sector
FRDM CEO and Standard Bank discuss the future of ethical sourcing
The elephant in the boardroom is unstructured supply chain data
How to actually transform your company’s digital transformation
FRDM CEO Speaking at Customs and Border Protection Tech Expo
Next week CBP is hosting a Forced Labor Tech Expo for companies, government, and NGOs, and our CEO Justin Dillon will be presenting in person. The event is sold out, but you can follow it online.
Slavery Footprint 2023
In 2011 Slavery Footprint was launched with support of the US State Department and Google with the goal of raising consumer awareness of how the products they purchase rely on slave labor because the people who produce them are forced to work without pay, under threat of violence, or through other forms of coercion. Since then, more than 32 million people from nearly every country in the world have used the app’s lifestyle survey to understand how their purchases are connected to modern slavery.
Tap. Tap. Is this on? Marketers trust your audience.
In today's digital age, most B2B marketing professionals operate like they’re the ‘it’ band. Pushing their features and functions and forgetting that they are speaking to humans, with agency and budgets, who get to make their own choice about how ‘amazing’ a product is. To break through noise, today’s marketers must approach their work with a different mindset. Instead of treating their audience as passive consumers, they need to think more like authentic indie bands and trust their audience to become part of the story.
Five benefits of supply chain transparency you probably missed
Supply chain visibility and traceability have become increasingly important as companies look for ways to improve efficiency and reduce risk. Organizations that embrace transparency create competitive advantages in terms of cost savings, quality control, customer satisfaction, and sustainability.
How the EU's new proposed Regulation could affect your procurement process.
The European Commission has proposed a new Regulation that would stop products made with forced labor from being imported into or exported from the European Union's 27 member nations, or otherwise made available on the EU market. It's one of the broadest and most punitive prohibitions to date.
CBP releases game-changing procurement standards.
What the new Customs and Border Protection forced labor requirements mean for companies.
The ins and outs of the new German Supply Chain Act.
4 things top procurement professionals need to know about the German Supply Chain Act
The ultimate guide to the Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act: How to thrive with the new legislation.
Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act Meta description: The Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act is already impacting procurement and compliance teams. Here's some tips on supply chain mapping
A Higher Education Network Is Schooling Most Companies.
How a university procurement network just changed supply chain management game.
Solar vs Human Rights: Hidden Ethical Issues with Solar Panels.
Solar panels may be vital for addressing climate change, but they contain a range of ethical risks. Transparency can help you find the issues, and take action.