Supply Chain Risk & Innovation is the new subscription publication from Innovation Forum. Bringing you insight, analysis and critical thinking on sustainable supply chain management.
This brochure lists a selection of our current subscribers, the key industries we cover, and information regarding our core audience. Also outlined are the benefits readers will receive with a subscription, and what to expect in the next couple of months.
...and many more!
›› Apparel and fashion
›› Consumer goods
›› Food and beverages
›› Forests and agriculture
›› International trade and development
Supply Chain Risk & Innovation is the subscription publication from Innovation Forum.
Bringing you insight, analysis and critical thinking on sustainable supply chain management.
■ The Americas
■ Asia and others
”Excellent analysis and
that helps me embed
sustainability in our
Aida Greenbury, managing
director of sustainability,
Asia Pulp & Paper
“Highly practical insight
I can use with colleagues
and the Board to
demonstrate why supply
Richard Ellis, vice president of
corporate social responsibility,
“Great way to keep up
to speed on sustainable
supply chains. Good
source of trends, shifts
and challenging, focused
director of sustainability,
The Consumer Goods Forum
time-saving analysis of
supply chain sustainability
trends, issues and
David Croft, global
Howwould a subscription benefit me?
News and analysis
into 25 pages
that can be used
and applied in your
success to date
(and failure!) in
and how you can
apply them to your
trends, risks and
– a mid to long
enabling you to
plan your corporate
how brands have
risks, savings and
First insight into
new campaigns and
– see why NGOs are
and make sure to
avoid this in your
you to review risks
and values, both
in your own supply
chain and across
a range of
CARGILL: Find out how the food giant plans to
cut 20% of antibiotics use in beef supply chain.
FORD MOTOR COMPANY: Ford has become
the first automaker to join the Electronic
Industry Citizenship Coalition. What does
that mean and how will it strengthen its
commitment to human rights and working
COCOA PROFILE: From farmer to
supermarket – what are the number one
priorities for cocoa producers and how can
corporates best support ongoing issues
associated with child labour in West Africa,
climate change and inefficency at farm level.
INVESTMENT COMMUNITY DEMANDS:
With investors now awake and increasingly
interested in sustainability issues, what is
the likely future demand from the investment
community in understanding risks and
opportunities within your supply chain.
Gathering insight and analysis from investors
and companies alike, our long-read predicts
future trends and prepares you for what
WOOLWORTHS: Step inside the company’s
Farming for the Future programme, with a focus
on soil quality, farming practices, chemical use
and water retention. How are suppliers being
supported by the large buyer?
LEGO GROUP: How is everybody’s favourite toy
business making good on its promise to spend
$150m to develop new materials and packaging
materials? Here’s how.
FOOD AND DRINK PROFILE: An overview of the
food and beverage sector, including an exploration
of the energy, waste and resource issues faced
at all stages of the production value chain, and
insight and analysis from the leading companies
that are best driving impact reduction and
reducing risk associated with water scarcity.
CHILD LABOUR ISSUES: We explore the ongoing
challenge of eradicating widespread instances of
child labour in supply chains, particularly across
Africa. This will include analysis of the problem,
what can be done to better understand where it is
happening and the techniques and best practice
for dealing with it (including insight from the
companies that are having success).
APPLE: The tech giant has worked hard to
improve welfare at its supplier factories.
We’ll show how its done it.
DuPONT: Find out how and why the chemical
giant is helping to build a collaborative industry
standard for sustainable supply chains.
HEINEKEN: With ambitious 2020 targets
to source 50% of raw materials local to
agricultural supply chains in Africa, we find
out how the beer maker is progressing.
SUGAR PROFILE: A snapshot overview of
sugar, including production, sourcing and
procurement issues, as well as the ongoing
brand and reputation risks associated with
THE PROS AND CONS OF CERTIFICATION
AND STANDARDS: For all the positives
that labelling and certification has brought
to improving standards for procurement
of commodities like timber, soy and palm
oil, certification as a mechanism for
transformation has its limitations.
What’scoming upin 2016?
Supply Chain Risk & Innovation is published 10 times a year and costs just £495 for a year’s worth
of data and analysis. Each issue is condensed into a manageable 25 pages, packed with exclusive insight
and intelligence for you to use in your day-to-day role.
For multiple subscription packages, any questions or comments please contact Eilidh at