Why You’re Responsible for the Supply Chain

Supply chain, even on a global scale, is often complex and mostly lacks transparency. This is why it is the responsibility of any business to work extra hard to ensure that they move towards achieving or, better still, improving their social responsibility (ESG factors: Environment, Social and Governance). Furthermore, many businesses infinitely believe that things… Continue reading Why You’re Responsible for the Supply Chain

Individual Transport Vs. Mass Transport Since Corona

Mass transport and mobility in general has been among the hardest-hit sectors by the COVID-19 pandemic. As ridership numbers have continued to reduce, many operators in developing and developed countries have had to face an uncertain reality. It’s a reality about their viability in the coming days. As demonstrated by the pandemic, the right response… Continue reading Individual Transport Vs. Mass Transport Since Corona

Climate Change Initiatives

Many companies are already addressing the elements of social justice, environmental stewardship, transparency, and fair labor practices in their company values. The Business Roundtable in the US announced the release of a new Statement on the Purpose of a Corporation signed by 181 CEOs who commit to lead their companies for the benefit of all… Continue reading Climate Change Initiatives