Deliver resilient value chain through industry collaboration and business innovation

Europe’s leading meeting place for corporate leaders delivering value chain sustainability and business resilience.  Back now for its 10th year, it’s the go to event for professionals working in supply chain, procurement, sourcing, sustainability or CSR.

Join 150+ Corporate peers this November and learn about some of the biggest 2015 issues:

  • Scaling up: how to bring successful innovation to a corporate level
  • Eliminate dependency on unsustainable raw materials and diversify your supply chain
  • Circular economy: what’s in it for me? Hear practical examples that enable the cycle and close the resource loop
  • How to put a number on your supply chain sustainability work: Discover the latest approaches to measure your impacts for the informed business decisions
  • Case studies on water, palm oil, deforestation, cocoa and tea: Delve into practical discussions with your peers on how to achieve sustainable commodity use and make a positive impact

Your expert speaker line-up for 2015

Alan Knight

Alan Knight
Corporate Responsibility - General Manager
ArcelorMittal
David Clark

David Clark
Vice President - Safety Environment & Sustainability
Amcor
Debbie Read

Debbie Read
Head of Corporate Responsibility
MolsonCoors
Dick Bartelse

Dick Bartelse
Director Procurement
AkzoNobel
Charlie Bradshow

Charlie Bradshow
Managing Director
Matrix APA
Matt Wilson

Matt Wilson
Head of Global Environmental Sustainability
GSK
Briony Mathieson

Briony Mathieson
Head - Corporate & Sustainable Communications
Olam International
Shaun McArthy

Shaun McArthy OBE
Chair
Supply Chain Sustainability School
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New for 2015:

1.Expert corporate speaker line-up of top CR and supply chain execs sharing their lessons and ideas for the future to help you to achieve your business goals

2. 300+ peers all in one place networking:  The Summit is co-located with the CR Reporting and Communications Summit, so you will get a double value from networking! 

3. Go back to the office with a whole list of ideas after two jam-packed days of debate, Q&As, interactive and practical as well as roundtable discussions

4. Fully participatory experience with over 18 breakout sessions this event is made for gaining an in-depth understanding and granular insight on the leading sustainability efforts

5. Cross-sector knowledge sharing we've made a conscious effort to ensure that the speaker faculty are representative of every major industry so you can takeaway diverse solutions which meet YOUR needs

6. More case studies - depth and insight: Following popular demand, we have more case-studies than ever before. Go back to the office with actionable ideas

Who attended in 2014?

The Sustainable Supply Chain Summit is now established as the meeting place for those looking to embed sustainability into their value chain. The event brings together over 150 senior executives working in value chain, supply chain, procurement, sustainability, CSR; along with the key government, civil society and association representatives this is the only place you need to be in order to witness the upward progress of business. Take a look at some of the confirmed attendees

John Lewis
Monsanto
TUV International GmbH
Matrix APA
PTT Public Company
Bord Bia
Petronas
Morpho
WWF
Novozymes A/S
Solidaridad
The Co-operative
Shell
Mothercare
telenor
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Who's in the room?

seniority
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Testimonials

  • sainsburys

    “It was great to spend time exploring the real value of an ethical supply chain with such a high calibre of group of professionals. It’s always reassuring to see the commonalities, as well as the inspiring new approaches being taken”

    - Sainsbury's, Chief Executive Officer, Mike Coupe
  • Deutsche Telekom

    “This summit is an extremely good platform to exchange practical ideas on sustainable procurement and to shape the future of corporate sustainability”

    - Deutsche Telekom, Group Sustainability and Climate Change Officer, Luis Neves
  • Coca Cola

    “Excellent forum and a great opportunity to connect with industry partners, NGO’s and other interested stakeholders. There was a very positive engagement throughout the conference and a genuine interest in the important topics being discussed”

    - Coca Cola Enterprises, Vice President Procurement, David Cowell
  • Centrica

    “HEAR WHERE THE TRENDS ARE GOING FOR REPORTING AND COMMUNICATIONS ON SUSTAINABILITY”

    - Jeffrey Oatham, Head of Corporate Responsibility, Centrica
  • Marks and Spencer

    “PEOPLE WANT TO BE LEADERS IN THEIR FIELDS AND THEY CAN'T DO THAT ALONE”

    - Adam Elman, Head of Delivery - Plan A, Marks and Spencer
  • Heineken

    “HAVE THE CONVERSATION WITH PEOPLE WHO KNOW WHAT KIND OF JOB YOU HAVE”

    - Jan Willem Vosmeer, Manager Corporate Social Responsibility, Heineken

The Venue

Hilton London Tower Bridge

5, More London Place
Tooley St, London
SE1 2BY

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Elina Yumasheva

Elina Yumasheva

Global Project Director
Ethical Corporation