EcoVadis aims at improving environmental and social practices of companies by leveraging the influence of global supply chains.

EcoVadis operates the 1st collaborative platform enabling companies to monitor the Sustainability performance of their suppliers, across 150 sectors and 99 countries.

EcoVadis reliable ratings and easy to use monitoring tools allow companies to manage risks and drive eco-innovations in their global supply chains.
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September 12. 12:14

Events BSR Connect | Unlocking the Value of Sustainable Procurement

BSR is a global nonprofit organization that works with its network of more than 250 member companies to build a just and sustainable world. From its offices in Asia, Europe, and North and South America, BSR develops sustainable business strategies and solutions through consulting, research, and cros [...]

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September 11. 06:32

Why Sustainability Makes Business Sense

Sustainability is a priority for food and beverage companies, yet it’s a challenge to implement, according to a survey by Grant Thornton.EcoVadis's insight:Interesting that suppliers were least likely (only 4%) to say  "sustainability is a fad that will disappear in a few years" - compare [...]

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September 10. 02:55

Visit EcoVadis, exhibitor at Responsible Procurement & Supplier Engagement Conference, Birmingham UK, Sept 18

EcoVadis's insight:Come visit us! This is a great opportunity to learn how you can leverage EcoVadis' powerful system and CSR Scorecards to manage your supply chain sustainability; Meet Pierre-Francois Thaler (Co-founder and Co-President) and Andrew King, UK Business Development.

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September 03. 02:54

Supply Chain Sustainability Pays

EcoVadis's insight:Having analyzed the data from the 2014 CSCO survey since 2011, cost reduction has jumped the most by far, and is now the second leading justification for sustainability.

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September 03. 10:19

How to green the Feds' supply chains? First, think ink

More federal agencies are taking sustainability into play with supply chain decisions.EcoVadis's insight:"We are encouraging our vendors to get more specific because the better they get at sustainability, the more they can save, not just by eliminating waste but by better management of their overall [...]

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September 02. 02:36

Ethical Supply Chains May Become Competitive Advantage

Despite possible higher costs of having more ethical supply chains, it ultimately pays off for companies, as such efforts can improve reputation among consumers and produce greater loyalty from employees.EcoVadis's insight:Businesses should not only make their products more ethical, but should also  [...]

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