Podcast: How companies can be sure their supply chains are ethical all the way through

With growing consumer demands and an extremely lengthened supply chain, it may be easier than ever for companies to get swept up in unethical practices but there is also more accountability than ever before.

Associate editor Brielle Jaekel talks with Dan Lionello of Omnae on how to make sure your supply chain is ethical and how consumers are driving that accountability.

On ethical practices coming to light:

“The supply chains have been lengthening since the industrial revolution began… what we’re really seeing is the convergence of the internet and other ways of managing information much more quickly…”

“…I think what’s happening is that we have a much bigger lens being shone on things that have been happening literally for centuries.”

Listen to the interview here.

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Building trust and transparency in the global supply web. Visit omnae.com to learn more!

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