Discover how to include CSR at the core of your procurement policy with our white paper

As a procurement decision-maker, you have a prime position to contribute to the corporate social responsibility (CSR) of your company. And for good reason, as procurement represents on average 50 to 80% of the turnover of companies depending on the sector of activity. You are at the heart of the organisation's operations, dealing with all internal and external stakeholders.

To achieve this, a considerable challenge lies ahead: building your sustainable procurement policy. Our white paper is aimed at all organisations wishing to adopt this strategy, a powerful lever for performance, differentiation, and economic development. Because moving from intention to action is not always easy, given the vastness of the subject.

This white paper dedicated to sustainable procurement guides you with our expert advice:

The priority themes to address in your sustainable procurement policy

The importance of supplier collaboration as a key success factor

Long tail spend, perfect levers to initiate this approach

Let's work together to create a better world!

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