The reverse supply chain has become a vital part of the financial supply chain as it has become a source of profitable income. It has also paved the way for organisations to demonstrate their green credentials as well as to provide evidence of their corporate social responsibilities.
The economic argument for delivering products and services that can benefit the community, the country and the company as a whole is founded on the principle that a 'green agenda' can generate customer loyalty, enhance streams of income, reduce costs and provide positive brand and public relation activities. This course will assist you to appreciate the various types of reverse supply chain initiatives.
On completion of this course, participants will have a greater understanding of:
- The various 'reverse' supply chains
- How it can be a 'force' for good
- How the financial supply chain becomes more efficient with the appropriate green policies in place.
Authored by: John Mardle
An independent educationalist and author on working capital, John has recently written many articles for leading publications as well as facilitating and being a panellist at major events involving the Bank of England, Lloyds Banking Group, UKTI, major technology providers and VC/PE organisations. His recent work has involved ITV, DHL, Sprint Convergence, Astrium Satellites and numerous SMEs, banks, financial institutions and investment houses. John has held senior executive positions in blue chip companies such as Bombardier, Parsons, ABB, Alstom and Wimpey Taylor where he delivered worldwide programmes of strategic cash importance.
CPD Points: 1
CPD Duration (hours): 1
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