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Unlocking Systemic Innovation

Forum for the Future and Capgemini are exploring critical areas along the value chain to unlock transformative change for a sustainable future in consumer products and retail value chains.

Join our thought leadership series as we delve into topics such as traceability and transparency, transforming consumption, climate change adaptation for resilient supply chains, and future-fit procurement. Through collaborative discussions and via the Futures Centre community, we will bring together sustainability experts, innovators, and subject matter experts from diverse industries to share insights, inspire practical action, and drive systemic solutions.

How to get involved 

Let us know: what have you seen in your work? What would greater transparency help you achieve? And what examples have you seen of greater transparency being used to identify and address sustainability issues?

About project

Unlocking Systemic Innovation’ is a four part series that Capgemini and Forum for the Future are exploring throughout 2023 – aiming to find opportunities for collective action and progress on some of the biggest sustainability challenges, including: 

  • Traceability and Transparency
  • Sustainable Procurement
  • Reimagining Consumption
  • Adaptation for Resilient Supply Chains

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