Research Briefing | May 19, 2021

The Sustainable Supply Chain Paradox

The Sustainable Supply Chain Paradox - report

In the early months of 2021, Oxford Economics, in partnership with SAP, surveyed 1,000 supply-chain executives globally. Our goal was to identify necessary measures to pivot toward greener supply chains, while balancing the need for Covid recovery and growth. Discussing topics such as visibility, technology, and balance, we’ve found main issues and solutions.

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What you will learn:

  • Small steps toward sustainability can have a big impact on toward the sustainable supply chain.
  • Technology will lead the way in improving sustainability measures.
  • Innovation and consumer demand show that sustainability is increasingly good business.

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