The hidden way your supply chain is wasting money – and how to cut it out

Free webinar – Thursday, 29 September 

Most businesses in Scotland know that they can drastically reduce their energy and water costs by improving the efficiency of their internal processes.
But, according to Resource Efficient Scotland, few consider the cost savings and environmental improvements available by enhancing their supply chain performance. That’s why it’s hosting a free webinar entitled ‘Working with your suppliers to reduce waste’.
To find out how to unlock the value from your supply chain, register for the free webinar on 29 September, 12.30pm – 1.15pm here.
Resource Efficient Scotland says you can significantly reduce your organisation’s environmental impact and cut your resource costs by reaching beyond the boundaries of your own operations and working closely with your supply chain to identify savings.
And you don’t have to be a big-brand to exert influence. There are a range of highly effective supply chain management and sustainable procurement actions that SMEs can take that could immediately reduce resource overhead costs.
The free 45-minute lunchtime webinar will provide you with practical tips and techniques on how to unlock savings by working with your supply chain. This includes:
– The 10 steps to applying sustainable procurement practices in your organisation.
– Guidance on applying sustainable procurement practices quickly and easily.
– Case studies on how other organisations are already taking action, and the value they are getting.
– Access to free time savings tools and resources.
– Bespoke advice from a resource efficiency expert in a live Q&A session.
The webinar is designed for professionals in your organisation who want to influence or have direct responsibility for procurement and environmental performance. It is also targeted to members of your management team who want to enhance organisational performance and efficiency.
About Resource Efficient Scotland 
Resource Efficient Scotland is a programme funded by the Scottish Government and the European Regional Development Fund.
It’s dedicated to supporting SMEs in Scotland to reduce their resource use and costs.
For more information on Resource Efficient Scotland’s free support for businesses in Scotland to save money and improve environmental performance throughout their business activities, visit the website. 

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