Business:Management & Marketing
Jaya Chakrabarti, founder of TISC Report, talks with Ian Welsh about her work analysing data on corporate compliance with the UK Modern Slavery Act. She explains the clear correlation between those companies – with retailers leading the way – that take modern slavery transparency seriously, and publicly provide reassurance to their customers and stakeholders, and the development of best practice in general. They also discuss the spectrum of engagement and why some sectors perform better than others.
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How companies can really capture the ROI from sustainability innovation
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Hugo Boss on the case for pre-competitive collaboration in the apparel sector
De Bijenkorf on how retailers can create a buzz around apparel sustainability
Weekly podcast: Danone on what’s driving sustainability in agriculture
Why personal contact helps tackle food sector point-of-recruitment slavery risks
Veja on how to look for better suppliers
How to develop the best apparel factories, and learn from the process
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Rana Plaza six years on: what next for apparel supply chains in Bangladesh?
How development finance can help fashion brands and their suppliers
Blockchain’s modern slavery transparency solutions
Weekly podcast: Hugo Boss on supply chain transparency and the challenges of industry 4.0 automation
Why peer collaboration on auditing works
Asia Pacific Rayon on how to source sustainable pulp for apparel
Weekly podcast: what business leaders need to know to drive innovation and productivity
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