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Which companies will have to report under the Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD)?

The first phase of companies who need to report on the Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD) will be required to use their 2024 data. That means getting ready now. Not only will you need to put a reporting plan in place, but you’ll also likely need to bring in new tools and resources to do so. So 2023 will be a crucial year for building those structures into your supply chain.

Net-zero for supply chains and ISO 14083

The latest World Economic Forum’s Annual Meeting (January 2023) heralded new guidance about supply...

Why more supply chain data isn't the answer

The amount of data that companies have access to is growing exponentially. This growth has been...

What does CSRD mean for supply chain managers?

In November, the EU signed the Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD) into law. 

Why 7bridges uses the GLEC Framework for Scope 3 emissions

As sustainability reporting requirements are increasing, such as with the introduction of the...

Supply Chain Management platform 7bridges achieves ISO 27001 certificate

London, UK - Dec 2022 - 7bridges, the leading supply chain management platform, announces that it...

12 Days of Supply Chain Struggles

On the first day of Christmas, my supply chain gave to me…

A whole lot of complicated problems....

Why tackling your Scope 3 emissions is important (and where to start)

Sustainability is taking over the world of logistics and supply chains. From eco-friendly packaging...

Top tips for increasing user adoption in digital supply chains

We’ve all heard that supply chain digitalisation and transformation need to be the focus now. But...

Why net-zero needs to be part of your supply chain resilience strategy

When you first think of resilient supply chains, going green is probably not your first thought....