Upcoming webinar series

Do you want to know what is going on in your supply chain? If yes, come and join us for our new free webinar series! From human rights to carbon emissions, the webinar series will cover topics related to the supply chain. Attendees will learn how to increase visibility in the supply chain, identify sustainability risks based on facts, monitor compliance of sub-suppliers and leverage improvements.

Who the webinars are for

Our webinar series was developed for experts in the field of sustainability, sourcing and supply chain risk management.

Webinar schedule

Our first webinar “Multi-Tier Visibility” will be held on March 23rd. To register, you can choose between two time slots:

23rd March 2020, 12:00-12:45 CET

Sign up here for 12:00 CET

23rd March 2020, 15:00-15:45 CET

Sign up here for 15:00 CET

More upcoming webinars

  • Carbon Emissions: Collecting fact-based data from your supply chain (16th April 2020, 12:00 / 20th April 15:00 CET
    • This webinar elaborates how to use supply chain mapping to enable a fact-based cradle-to-gate assessment of carbon emissions. Attendees will learn:
      • How to improve the scope3 reporting and LCA by including supply chain data
      • Data requirements for a fact-based assessment of carbon emissions
      • How to use supply chain mapping to identify hotspots and monitor your emissions 
  • Supply Chain Mapping: How to trace a product to the source (14th May 2020, 14:00 / 15th May 12:00 CET)
    • This webinar presents a cloud based approach to trace your commodities to the source. Attendees will learn:
      • The benefits of supply chain mapping for risk and sustainability management 
      • Important steps to consider for supply chain mapping
      • How to integrate supply chain mapping in your operations
      • How to use the sustainabill cloud to map the supply chain step by step
  • Human Rights: Monitoring social compliance of the entire supply chain (8th June 2020, 12:00 / 9th June 15:00 CET)
    • This webinar presents how an increased visibility in the supply chain can help you to monitor social compliance. Attendees will learn:
      • Current and future legal requirements in regard to human rights and social compliance
      • How to identify your sub-suppliers
      • How to use the sustainabill cloud platform to monitor social compliance
  • Circular Economy: How to identify the proportion of secondary materials used in your products (3rd July 2020, 12:00 / 6th July 15:00 CET)
    • While many circular economy strategies focus on how to reuse and recycle the product, an important question which must be answered first is, how much recycling material you are already using in your product. Attendees will learn:
      • Overview of circular economy strategies applicable for your company
      • The benefits of using secondary materials 
      • How to use supply chain mapping to identify secondary materials and to collaborate with sub-suppliers to increase the share of secondary materials in your supply chain