Sustainable Purchasing and Supply Summit 2013 – London

09.03.2013
Press release

This one-day forum is dedicated to present a holistic view of sustainable procurement and the role of the supply chain in more responsible business and government. It is organized with The Chartered Institute of Purchasing & Supply (CIPS), and designed to help senior executives to implement more sustainable procurement strategies. EcoVadis is sponsoring the event, […]

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EcoVadis collaborates with ITC on the new Standards Map web platform

06.02.2013
Press release

The International Trade Centre (ITC), a joint organization of the United Nations and World Trade Organization based in Geneva, Switzerland, has one goal: to help businesses become more competitive in global markets, speeding economic development and contributing to sustainable development. As part of this goal, ITC has developed a new web platform called Standards Map […]

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New partnership between EcoVadis and Carbon Disclosure Project to streamline reporting requests in the supply chain

23.10.2012
Press release

EcoVadis and Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP) today announced a partnership to offer an enhanced service to both EcoVadis and CDP Supply Chain customers, as well as to reduce the requests for companies in the supply chains of large purchasing corporations to report on how they are managing carbon. The partnership is built around the complementary […]

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EcoVadis’ Global Compact study shows Discrepancies on Business Ethics and Sustainable Procurement Performance

25.07.2012
Press release

Paris, July 25, 2012. EcoVadis releases today an exclusive study, which assesses the CSR performance of more than 500 Global Compact participants. Among the main findings, EcoVadis has uncovered that Global Compact participants are relatively less prepared to tackle issues related to the Global compact’s 10th Principle against Corruption. It also warns that a majority […]

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EcoVadis named recipient of the Green Supply Chain Awards 2010 released by leading US magazine “Supply & Demand Chain Executive”

05.06.2012
Announcements

EcoVadis, the leading collaborative platform for suppliers Sustainability rating, has been awarded as one of this year’s recipients of the coveted Supply & Demand Chain Executive Magazine 2010 Green Supply Chain Awards. EcoVadis has been identified as a provider of supply chain solutions and services that are assisting global corporations in achieving measurable sustainability goals. […]

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HEINEKEN chooses EcoVadis to Launch New Suppliers Sustainability Ratings Platform

02.04.2012
Press release

Amsterdam, April 2nd 2012. Today HEINEKEN and EcoVadis announced the launch of an innovative platform dedicated to assessment and improvement of sustainability in the supply chain of the brewing industry. The EcoVadis platform allows HEINEKEN to monitor risks within the supplier base spanning more than a 100 countries, and at the same time to identify […]

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EcoVadis has been selected by Accor to measure the CSR performance of its suppliers.

28.04.2011
Press release

EcoVadis announced it has been selected by Accor to assess its suppliers on social and environmental performance. After completing a risk map and prioritization of purchasing categories regarding Sustainable Development, EcoVadis has been asked in 2010 to implement a pilot project deployed on 50 of Accor’s strategic suppliers. In 2011, the objective is to extend […]

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New partnership between EcoVadis and Carbon Disclosure Project to streamline reporting requests in the supply chain

23.10.2010
Press release

EcoVadis and Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP) today announced a partnership to offer an enhanced service to both EcoVadis and CDP Supply Chain customers, as well as to reduce the requests for companies in the supply chains of large purchasing corporations to report on how they are managing carbon.The partnership is built around the complementary expertise of […]

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INSEAD – Sustainable practices: engaging consumers and suppliers

27.07.2010
Press release

Coca-Cola Enterprises (CCE) is one firm that knows very well that its environmental and economic impact extends well beyond its factory gates. This starts with the ingredients it needs for its products to the natural resources required to make the packaging, “extending all the way to the people who buy and consume our drinks and […]

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