Get up to speed on sustainable supply chain, key data and reports summarised

Hello readers, just wanted to offer you a free three month trial to our new publication, Supply Chain Risk & Innovation.

Supply Chain Risk & Innovation (SCRI) is the subscription publication from Innovation Forum. Packed with concise, practical insight into global supply chains, with all the essential information pulled together for your convenience.

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Published 10 times per year, SCRI is required reading for senior management, buyers and sustainability professionals. The publication costs £495 for a year’s worth of data and analysis.

You can get a free three month trial to the 26 page publication here. But the offer ends today, so you might want to get your skates on.

A subscription to SCRI will give you:

  • Cross industry news and analysis drawn together and condensed into 25 pages of manageable, practical insight that can be used and applied in your day to day role
  • Corporate benchmarking: learn how your competitors are performing vs their targets, along with analysis of their efforts to date
  • Business lessons of success – and failure – in implementing corporate strategy, and how you can apply them to your brand
  • Horizon scanning for upcoming industry trends, risks and opportunities – a mid to long term look at where your corporate strategy should be heading
  • In-depth analysis of how brands have developed specific initiatives: where is the value, what are the concerns and risks, what are the savings, what ground rules are required, what about scalability?
  • Insight into new campaigns and partnerships – see what NGOs are targeting brands for, and make sure to avoid this in your own supply chain
  • Compact and comprehensive sector snapshots – what are the current issues and what needs to be done going forward.

Each issue contains:

  • Exclusive interviews with leaders of both large corporations and NGOs, and insight into new campaigns and partnerships;
  • Analysis of the latest business innovations in supply chains, beyond just tier one;
  • Summary and analysis of the most important research and data – insight you can use in your business, every day;
  • Updates on embedding sustainability internally: business lessons of success, and what to avoid;
  • Horizon scanning to help you manage risk: what’s coming up this quarter, next quarter and the longer term trends.Coming up:

The March issue contains case studies on Fairphone, McDonald’s and H&M, a sector profile on the soy industry and a feature-length piece on engaging suppliers at scale. For more information or to get in touch contact Eilidh Morrison on

Some samples of the publication are below: