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      Unilever, M&S, the DoNation, and Verdantix discuss at SB London
  Brands Compare Notes on Bettering Business in SB London Breakouts
After a morning of inspiring plenary presentations, the SB London Conference continued with a host of informative afternoon breakout sessions. Representatives from H&M, Kingfisher, Mars, Nestlé, Unilever, adidas, Marks & Spencer and more compared notes on ways they are bettering business in their respective industries.
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Cadbury Parent To Invest $400 Million To Improve Cocoa Supply Chain
Mondelēz International, the world's largest chocolate company, announced plans to invest $400 million over the next ten years to increase the productivity of cocoa farming and improve the livelihoods of people in cocoa farming communities.
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Metrics & Reporting, Part III: Social Networking & Supplier Scorecards
Rating suppliers' sustainability performance is critical, since a company's most significant impacts are usually in the supply chain. However, if we want to be successful in improving supplier performance,  we need to address some of the issues that arise during the process, and consider how transparency of sustainability information can help achieve results.
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Plenary Speakers Engage and Inspire on Day One of SB London Conference
Day one of SB London, Sustainable Brands' inaugural offshore event, kicked off with a host of engaging and thought-provoking plenary discussions. Topics included consumer behavior, the sharing economy, cultural differences in approaching sustainability, choice editing in retail, and the new rules of leadership.
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Challenges in Measuring Supply Chain Social Sustainability
Although there are challenges in assessing the social sustainability of supply chains, the challenges are not insurmountable and many organizations are taking steps to overcoming them. Several initiatives are underway to identify the key metrics of social performance and establish methodology for their measurement.
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