Supply Chain Risks: Why Transparency Matters
View our complimentary webinar to find out how SGS Transparency-One, our new digital solution, helps brands and retailers to identify and reduce social, safety, environmental and health risks within today's global supply chains.
July 26, 2016, 22:00
July 26, 2016, 22:00
New regulations, a wide variety of existing and emerging risks and consumers' increasing desire to know more about what they buy are creating a need for transparency in supply chains, from the source to the store. SGS Transparency-One, our new digital solution, bundles SGS's decades old expertise in product and facility risk management with a next generation online collaborative platform. Watch our complimentary webinar to learn how SGS Transparency-One can help brands and retailers to identify and reduce social, safety, environmental and health risks within today's global supply chains.
The webinar covers:
- New regulations that encourage transparency from source to store
- Why consumers want to know more about what they buy
- How lack of visibility in the supply chain endangers brand image and consumer trust
- The 100 different types of risks that exist today, and the risks of tomorrow
- The SGS Transparency-One initiative: technology, expertise, support, consumer visibility and supplier incentives
The webinar will be presented by Georges Le Nigen, SGS Global Sales Manager – Transparency-One. Georges has 20 years of experience successfully deploying large scale software and service solutions in the domain of product and facility compliance, in Europe and in the United States. He has gathered hundreds of global brands and thousands of suppliers around collaborative platforms, enabling them to detect and reduce a wide variety of risks in complex supply chains.
It will be of most interest to technical executives and managers responsible for sustainable development, marketing, sourcing, quality, purchasing and finance in the supply chain.
This free webinar will be conducted in English.
For more information, please contact:
Joanna Marie Caumeran
SGS Global Marketing Services Coordinator
t: +63 (2) 848 0777