Can the circular economy in construction really work?

Sustainability requires a change in mindset as it’s not just a process of replacing materials with green alternatives. But can a circular economy ever be the norm for mass construction?

For and against: is transfer pricing still applicable?

Two tax experts debate whether the so-called ‘arm’s-length principle’ used in transfer pricing is still applicable to the digital economy

What are the issues facing fashion today?

‘Retailers must provide fashion that is affordable to all income brackets while respecting their societal responsibilities for sustainable production’

How could supplier-enabled innovation help you?

Businesses are tapping into the expertise of their supplier network to bring new products to market faster and streamline their processes

Four ways Brexit has rattled CPOs

With Brexit headlines continuing to dominate the daily news, what have been the biggest lessons for procurement leaders on how to approach geopolitical risk?

Human rights falter in grey areas of procurement policy

Workers are often the victims when there are gaps in legal procurement and ethical procurement, but businesses nowadays have a lot to lose as the lines between profit and social conscience are no longer so easily defined

Why fashion has to embrace sustainability

When higher consumption equals bigger profits, the balance between sustainable practices and traditional business models is becoming increasingly difficult for brands

Pill journey along complex supply chains

New technologies, such as the cloud and artificial intelligence, have transformed pharmaceutical supply chains from materials supplier to manufacturer, wholesaler to pharmacy and on to patients