With the government placing an increased focus on sustainability in its operations, suppliers looking to win and retain contracts in the public sector will have to ensure they’re meeting new standards.
But how can becoming more sustainable help suppliers work better with the public sector? To answer this we spoke with Steve Haskew, Head of Sustainability at Circular Computing in our big interview this month.
Chris Newbery and Paul Taylor at Teradata discuss how sustainability fits into the retailer/CPG of the future concept, how it can boost customer engagement and experience and improve supply chain operations.
Consenna’s Paul Thompson and Matt Frank from Ancoris discuss sustainability within the channel, the route to becoming carbon neutral and the role education has to play in achieving this in our industry roundtable.
Martin Macleod from ILM Highland explains how a new service launched by a social enterprise and charity in the Scottish Highlands will refurbish unused and unwanted laptops – converting them into affordable, high-quality Chromebooks.
Tech Data’s Mark Glasspool tells us more about the company’s latest tech refurbishment and recycling programme, offering more trade-in options for assured recycling and asset disposal of data centre and infrastructure products.
Our much revered Under 30’s Rising Stars of the Industry is back for 2022. We once again scouted out some of the best young top tech talent in the industry, with two lucky winners both receiving a much coveted ticket to attend this year’s PCR Awards gala evening.
Following on from International Women’s Day, which was held back in March we spoke with key industry female leaders across the channel from a range of industry sectors to find out more about how their career path led them into the channel and what life is like as a female tech leader and why more women should consider a career within the tech channel.
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