KPMG and ChainPoint invite you to a 45 minute webinar in supply chain transparency aimed at (future) leaders. Hear how organizations use technology to secure transparency throughout their supply chain as a means to mitigate risk, reduce costs and inspire trust.
Explore how complex supply chains in the retail and consumer goods sector are tied together by ChainPoint’s technology and KPMG’s positional expertise. Join in the discussion with other supply chain and sustainability experts of retail and FMCG companies.
According to a new KPMG 2020 study, Covid-19 reshaped consumer psychology and impacted disposable income to make ‘value for money’, ‘ease of buying’ and ‘trust’ the top 3 consumer purchase drivers. Organizations need to rethink their operating model to match consumer changes in purchasing priorities.
During the webinar we will ask Lena Staafgard from Better Cotton Initiative to tell us how the company drives trust and value towards consumers through supply chain transparency. Join the morning and/or afternoon sessions on 27 August to learn about the power of transparency.
Thursday, 27 August 2020
Morning: 10:00am - 10:45am CET Register now
Afternoon: 4:00pm - 4:45pm CET Register now
Lena Staafgard, Chief Operating Officer at Better Cotton Initiative
Encouraging transparency in cotton supply chains and connecting the end-user with the cotton farm.
Many retailers and brands join BCI with a limited understanding of the journey cotton has gone through before reaching their stores. Through their BCI membership they are required to calculate their cotton usage, which is a first step towards a deeper understanding. BCI conferences and meetings also allow RBs (Retailers and Brands) and suppliers to meet in dialogue to better understand each other’s constraints and opportunities. The benefits of transparency include gaining a better understanding of the ins and outs of a global commodity chain, enabling better and more informed risk management.
The BCI system even retraces the RBs to farm level through the VBF model, further enhancing the understanding of how it is all linked together.
Jerwin Tholen, Partner Sustainability at KPMG Netherland
He works with corporates to improve the visibility of their supply chain structures, and identify and address risks across their operations, thereby assisting clients making their business sustainability.
Jerwin has over 20 years of experience in sustainability advisory. He works with corporates to improve the visibility of their supply chain structures, and to identify and address risks across their operations, thereby assisting clients in making their business sustainable. He specializes in helping companies map and trace products and raw materials.
Jerwin does advisory work with a focus on food and soft commodities as well as retail on several sustainability themes. Furthermore, Jerwin provides in-depth expertise regarding sustainability in the agricultural chains such as cocoa, soy, tea, coffee and cotton and due diligence in the area of human rights.
Jerwin co-leads both KPMG’s international network for Supply Chain Sustainability and the network for Business and Human Rights.
Jerwin has been working at KPMG since 2002. He graduated in environmental geography as well as geography of developing areas.
Johan Zandbergen, CEO and Founder at ChainPoint
Expert on how technology can help companies to improve supply chain collaboration.
With two decades of experience, Johan Zandbergen is an expert on how technology can help companies to improve supply chain collaboration. To achieve this, ChainPoint has been building and implementing innovative supply chain solutions for monitoring and securing supply chains since 2003.
With the ChainPoint platform, international supply chains track product flows and share information for better supply chain performance. Producers and brand owners from various industries such as food, textile, timber, minerals and cosmetics use ChainPoint to gain supply chain insights and build sustainable relationships with their suppliers.
As of 2020, ChainPoint is being used by 60,000 users worldwide.
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The webinar will last approximately 45 minutes and will include a question and answer session.
Webinar option 1
Thursday, 27 August 2020 | 10:00am – 10:45am CET | Click here to register
Webinar option 2
Thursday, 27 August 2020 | 4:00pm – 4:45pm CET | Click here to register