In this post, we’re exploring the impact the war in Ukraine is having on supply chains and business sustainability pledges – and why sustainable procurement is still so important.
What is a sustainable procurement policy, and why does your business need one? Learn about the business benefits of having the right sustainable procurement policy in place in our latest blog.
Carbon insetting and sustainable procurement are inextricably linked – but what is it, why is it so important? Discover what carbon insetting is, what makes this climate management initiative significant, and why it is essential for businesses looking to secure to a more sustainable future.
As the European energy crisis starts to bite, we’ll be discussing how ethical and sustainable procurement can benefit businesses during this uncertain period, and what a move towards sustainability may mean for businesses and the energy industry going forwards.
It’s nearly the end of the year, and although it’s important to reflect on the last twelve months, it’s also helpful to look to the future and consider what your business needs going forwards. Read on to learn how becoming more sustainable and embracing ethical procurement in 2022 can strengthen your organisation.
Yesterday we celebrated World Soil Day – an annual day designed to raise awareness about soil’s important role in maintaining healthy ecosystems and human well-being, whilst addressing challenges in soil management and advocating for better soil health and sanitisation. Read on to find out about some of the biggest problems facing soil, and how a sustainable supply chain can help.
Every organisation aims to maintain a supply base that works efficiently and contributes to its success. Benchmarking its own procurement function against ‘best in class’ procurement is an essential part of this process. In this post, we explore procurement benchmarking, looking at what it is, what the benefits and challenges are, and how you can implement it in your organisation.
Where does your business spend its money? When was the last time you conducted a spend analysis? In most organisations, third party spend is the single biggest source of expenditure - representing anywhere between 40%-70% of turnover.
You make your money when you buy” – is a popular saying amongst investors. It’s also something that applies in the world of business! in. Here are 11 practical tips to help your business improve procurement and drive better results from your supply chain.