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Video Blog: Green Procurement


29-Sep-11 12:38

This video provides an introduction to our upcoming Executive Webinar on Green Procurement, hosted by myself and the Head of Executive Research at the PIU, Tom Seal.

 

The Five Forces Driving the Green Agenda will address the specific drivers that are playing a critical role in shaping the green agenda on the business level.


The Webinar will look at specific examples of green offerings on the market, recent developments in the regulatory arena, business opportunities and upcoming pressures related to the green agenda.


The online session has now taken place but if you would like to register to receive the webinar recording, you can do so by clicking here.

 


Maggie Slowik Maggie is Research Manager at Procurement Leaders. Maggie specialises in researching CSR and sustainability and draws on a background of statistical analysis. Maggie is also the content lead for the Procurement Leaders Mini MBA programme. Follow Maggie on Twitter: @maggieslowik

 
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