Kirstie McIntyre is director for Hewlett-Packard’s environmental responsibilities in Europe, Middle East and Africa. Her remit covers all product-related environmental laws and market access agreements on energy efficiency, chemical and material restrictions and end-of-life considerations. Her team supports HP sales teams and customers across the region on environmental topics. She liaises with Government, industry partners and peers, supply chain members as well as business customers and consumers on environmental regulations, recycling and other environmental aspects of HP's products. Kirstie has worked for a number of years in the strategic development of end-of-life programmes for various companies in the electronics sector . She has an engineering doctorate in environmental technology and has published widely on sustainability and supply chain issues. Please see www.hp.com/ecosolutions for more information.
Country: United Kingdom
Industry Sector: High-tech
Panel Discussion: How to Overcome the Challenge of Maintaining Visibility, Transparency and Real-time Information in Multi-Layered Supply Chains
The value chain is a game of layers, and with each layer an organisation adds, transparency vulnerabilities grow. In this engaging cross-industry roundtable, hear how market-leading supply chain professionals have handled critical transparency issues and walk away with implementable actions on how to:
- Enhance the supply chain integration to foster visibility
- Make visibility a priority and harness the innovation needed to create it
- Build real-time reporting capabilities
- Create control over forecasts and sustainability
- Develop trust with your suppliers
Listen to Nina Antilla's exlusive speaker interview in the content zone.