Unilever and Estée Lauder Companies joins new Zero100 community-based education and research platform that aims to to advance zero percent carbon

Unilever and Estée Lauder Companies joins new Zero100 community-based education and research platform that aims to to advance zero percent carbon

THE WHAT Unilever and The Estee Lauder Companies have joined Zero100 – a new community-based education and research platform that aims to ‘connect, inform and inspire a new generation of leaders inventing Zero Percent Carbon, 100% Digital supply chains.’

THE DETAILS According to a press release, through Zero100, Chief Operations and Supply Chain Officers and their teams access a collection of livestream and asynchronous content. 

Learning programs and community connections, underpinned by data-driven research, have been created to engage employees and accelerate progress on critical digital and ESG initiatives.

The platform is backed by personal investment from Dave Clark, CEO Worldwide Consumer at Amazon, as well as other carefully selected investors, Zero100.

THE WHY Founding members of Zero100 have a shared purpose to ‘re-imagine the production, distribution and consumption of physical goods around the world and a shared responsibility to collectively redefine how supply chain professionals will shape that future.’

Roberto Canevari, Executive Vice President, Global Supply Chain, The Estée Lauder Companies, says, “We have tremendous opportunity to positively impact our planet, people and communities if we collectively channel our energy towards the intersection of supply chain, digitization and sustainability.

“As a values-driven organization, with a complex global Supply Chain formed by talented and passionate people, The Estée Lauder Companies is proud to be a founding member of Zero100 and we wholeheartedly believe in the Zero Carbon, 100% Digital rallying cry.”

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