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7 steps for delivering net zero supply chains

Net zero requires supporting SMEs and transitioning entire supply chains. Image:  Tom Fisk from Pexels

Natalie Blyth

Global Head of Commercial Banking Sustainability, HSBC

Sukand Ramachandran

Managing Director & Senior Partner, Boston Consulting Group (BCG)

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Segmentation as follows: small business <50 employees /<$10M turnover, medium business 50-250employee/<$50M turnover, large businesses >250 employees and over $50m in turnover Image: WEF and BCG report on net zero supply chains, GFMA & BCG report on the 150Trillion opportunity, Orbis database, literature review, BCG analysis
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