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How to address child labour in supply chains – the cocoa case
The International Cocoa Initiative, an organisation that promotes child protection in cocoa-growing communities, shares the steps cocoa farmers are taking to try and tackle child labour issues
Procurement set to grow its influence in 2019
The team here at Procurement Leaders predicts what 2019 will hold for procurement. Watch out for heightened risk but be ready to help the business drive out value.
Empty shelves and empty tables: How the food and drink industry is preparing for Brexit
Simon Frost, former procurement director at food business Leathams, shares how the food and drinks industry is trying to mitigate the risk of a ’no-deal’ Brexit for consumers and their businesses
An AI bot beats a human at poker. What can procurement learn from it?
The power of artificial intelligence (AI) is growing and that is bringing with it opportunities for procurement to increase savings and deliver increased value
What Theresa May's Brexit speech means for procurement
Milan Panchmatia, managing partner at 4C Associates, talks about what Britain’s aims for brexit might mean for procurement
Four opportunities ahead in 2017
Toby Munyard, vice president at Efficio, talks about the challenges and opportunities ahead for procurement in 2017.
Sourcing the future
The development of strategic sourcing has stalled somewhat but developments are on the horizon that will push the concept and procurement forward
Tackling Supply Chain Slavery
In this post Phil Bulman, managing consultant at Vendigital, shares his thoughts on what impact the Modern Slavery Act is having on supply chains and what needs to be done to make it even more effective.
The Beginning Of A Buying Adventure In Persia?.
As Iran is cautiously welcomed back into the international fold, one CPO shares his experiences of sourcing here in the past and offers his thoughts on what opportunities it offers today
Specifying simplified sourcing.
Procurement must seek to limit complexity, creating savings by standardising processes and driving more volume through fewer suppliers and specifications