Global Compact Network Singapore (GCNS) and Accenture have launched a research survey to examine supply chains in ASEAN. Supply Chain Asia members and readers are invited to participate in this survey and receive the first preview of the report. These include actionable insights and a look at their peers’ viewpoints on how supply chains are evolving to become more responsible and resilient.
The purpose of this study is to better understand how supply chains in the region are making commitments to transform along four dimensions: 1) Environmental, 2) Social, 3) Governance, and 4) Resilience. As businesses recover from the pandemic, it is timely to consider how we can collectively enable ASEAN businesses to rebuild and shape supply chains that are more responsible and resilient.
About the survey
Time to complete: App. 15-20 minutes
Deadline: Thursday, April 25
Target profile: Senior management or the person-in-charge with direct involvement in sustainability, procurement or supply chain functions.
Benefits of participating
First access to the actionable insights and industry peers’ viewpoint on evolution of responsible and resilient supply chains in ASEAN.
If you have any question regarding the survey, please contact: email@example.com
About Global Compact Network Singapore
We are the Singapore Chapter of the UN Global Compact – the largest corporate sustainability initiative in the world. Our members are Signatories to the UN Global Compact – they range from small to large companies – and they are all committed to integrating the Ten Principles of the UN Global Compact and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in their strategy and operations.
Our initiatives include decent work in supply chains and toolkits for sustainable procurement.
We work closely with the Singapore government to advance corporate sustainability under the Singapore Green Plan 2030.