Responsible Electronics 2013: Future Trends and Challenges Facing the Electronics Industry Global Supply Chain

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Presentations from the EICC conference Responsible Electronics 2013, Oct 1-3 in California.

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  • $200M in cost savings from employee projects that received Intel Environmental Excellence Awards between 2010 and 2012
  • “Global Compact 100” – a stock index of companies committed to the Global Compact ten principles that shows a total investment return of 26.4 percent during the past year, surpassing the general global stock marketThe GC 100 tracked the stock market performance of these companies during the past three years, comparing the results against a broad market benchmark, the FTSE® All World. The data for total returns is as follows:GC 100 rose 26.4% during past 1 year; FTSE® All World rose 22.1%GC 100 rose 19.0% during past 2 years; FTSE® All World rose 17.7%GC 100 rose 12.0% during past 3 years; FTSE® All World rose 12.0%“While the performance of the GC 100 should not be seen as clear evidence of a causal relationship between a commitment to corporate sustainability practices and stock performance, there appears to be an exciting correlation,” said Georg Kell, Executive Director the UN Global Compact. “Moreover, the results may also reflect the fact that sustainability performance is a factor that is receiving increasing interest from investors.”
  • Responsible Electronics 2013: Future Trends and Challenges Facing the Electronics Industry Global Supply Chain

    1. 1. The Electronic Industry Citizenship Coalition Welcomes you to Sponsored by Exhibitors
    2. 2. “To Be or Not to Be” Sustainable…is not a Question… Jackie Sturm Vice President, Intel Technology & Manufacturing Group
    3. 3. 3 Realities Drive a Sustainable Business Approach
    4. 4. 4 Why CEOs Invest in Sustainability 28% 49% 37% 71% 43% 17% 4% 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% Other Increase sales revenue Reduce costs and/or increase efficiency (e.g. better use of energy, raw materials Ensure no disruption of supply Create a positive customer image and enhance brand equity Satisfy government regulations Fend off shareholder or external PR concerns
    5. 5. Why CEOs Invest in Sustainability 28% 49% 37% 71% 43% 17% 4% 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% Other Increase sales revenue Reduce costs and/or increase efficiency (e.g. better use of energy, raw materials Ensure no disruption of supply Create a positive customer image and enhance brand equity Satisfy government regulations Fend off shareholder or external PR concerns
    6. 6. 6 Journey begins… 4x/month NumberofQualityIssues 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 4x/day Instinctual Value Compliance The Quality Journey: A Template for ESG
    7. 7. 77 Where is the Value? In the Numbers…. OperationallyRevenue Operationally 150% Turnover > $200M in Environmental Savings Replacing a hi-tech worker costs 2x of their monthly salary+ + Source: American Public Human Services Assoc. Calculation of Direct Costs of Vacancies and Turnovers. http://www.aphsa.org/Home/Doc/Workforce%20Report%202005.pdf * Intel “Making a Quantitative Case for ESG”, 2013 5,000x Less Energy Ivy Bridge (2012)
    8. 8. “The sustainability sweet spot: the place where the pursuit of profits blends seamlessly with the pursuit of the common good” Andrew Savitz, The Triple Bottom Line Where is the Value? In the Bottomline…. Global Compact 100 26.4% Total Investment return
    9. 9. 9 We are all in different stages of progress… senior management commitment, transpar ency and collaboration are key Where are we in the Journey?
    10. 10. Portions Copyright © 2013, Intel Corporation. All rights reserved. Other names and brands may be claimed as the property of others. Intel and the Intel logo are trademarks of Intel Corporation in the U.S. and other countries.
    11. 11. The Electronic Industry Citizenship Coalition Welcomes you to Sponsored by Exhibitors

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