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 new 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
day to day role
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
risks, savings and
First insight into
and partnerships –
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
We take a look at the company’s pilot
supply chain for Fairtrade-certified gold.
MCDONALD’S: We find out how it plans
to meet the goal on deforestation-free
H&M: Our case study will give you
insight into the considerations, strategy
and best practices being adopted by the
SOY PROFILE: A snapshot overview
of how soy is currently produced and
procured – including an in-depth look at
the challenges faced by all sections of
the value chain and the strategies being
adopted to overcome them.
ENGAGING SUPPLIERS AT SCALE:
The importance of smallholder farmers
in protecting your commodity supply
cannot be overstated. But what can
businesses do to effectively engage
suppliers at scale to make a difference?
COCA-COLA: Find out how the drinks giant is
addressing water use in water-stressed parts of
NESTLE: An insight into the confectionery
company’s women’s empowerment efforts
– a crucial programme in reducing risk and
NOVO NORDISK: Find out how Novo Nordisk
ensures that its own ethics and staff values are
shared by every single supplier.
TIMBER PROFILE: An overview of the challenges
associated with timber sourcing – from
deforestation to the viability of standards and
certification. We will also explore the companies
that have succeeded in eradicating illegally-
sourced wood from their entire supply chains.
MODERN DAY SLAVERY: Horror stories from
southeast Asia, particularly in the seafood sector,
have brought the issue of slavery and trafficking
to the fore. We examine how new legislation
including the UK’s Modern Slavery Act has
focused corporate attention in this long-read.
GSK: Find out how the pharma giant is
engaging its suppliers at scale and driving
energy, water and waste efficiencies across
the supply base.
APPLE: the tech giant has worked hard to
improve staff welfare at its factories.
We’ll show how it’s done it.
ARCELOR MITTAL: Community engagement
strategies and social value creation – step inside
the mining giant’s supply chain programme.
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?
MARCH APRIL MAY
Supply Chain Risk & Innovation is published ten times a year and costs just £495 at the launch rate
(reduced from £995) for a year's worth of data and analysis. Each issue is condensed into just twenty-five
pages, packed with exclusive insight and intelligence ready for you to use in your day to day role.
For multiple subscription packages, any questions or comments please contact Eilidh at