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The Supply Chain Transparency Summit is a half-day working session that will compare and contrast approaches to supply-chain sustainability among different sectors, using food and ag as a model. Participation is by-invitation, resulting in a diverse group of about 100 leaders from across industries, sectors and job functions.
Previous GreenBiz supply-chain summits focused on multiple industry approaches to transparency and traceability (2017), the role of sourcing and procurement and the potential for technology to increase product transparency (2018), and the human side of supply-chain operations, including human rights, fair labour practices and diversity and inclusion (2019).
The 2020 Supply Chain Transparency Summit will take a deep dive into the extended food supply chain, from procurement to logistics to delivered product. The Summit will feature leaders from across the entire spectrum of agriculture and food production and distribution, sharing strategies and lessons learned that can be applied across other sectors.