Purchasing is a powerful tool that can bridge the gap between product development and corporate sustainability. It is no secret that procurement has a significant impact on the environment, whether it is through the sourcing of raw materials or the transportation of goods.
Therefore, by incorporating sustainability criteria into the procurement process, such as ethical sourcing practices, energy efficiency, and waste reduction, purchasing can play a key role in identifying more sustainable options for product development. This, in turn, can help reduce the overall carbon footprint of a company and cut Scope 3 Emissions.
By prioritizing sustainable procurement practices, companies can not only minimize their environmental impact but also improve their reputation among customers and stakeholders.
In our latest webinar on 'How purchasing can unite product development and corporate sustainability to cut Scope 3 emissions', Gwendoline Trujillo Visbal, Head of Sales at Makersite discusses:
- How to align teams on the data needed to make a decisive purchasing decision
- How Scope 3 reductions can be implemented from the early design stage up to the sourcing strategy
- Gaining the expertise to drive sustainable procurement in your organisation
Watch the full webinar below.
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