Building Brand Trust through Supply Chain Transparency

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This is a virtual event, accessible online and over the phone. Access instructions will be provided after registration.


Supply chain transparency is key to building brand authenticity and trust. As supply chains grow in complexity, the risk associated with them also grows. Transparency is one of the top ways to mitigate those risks and to grow efficiency, product quality, brand trust and sustainability.

Join Bloomberg and UL for a complimentary webinar examining the benefits of transparency in supply chains. We surveyed 350 supply chain executives across the globe to better understand the current practices and future trends in supply chain transparency.  This free program will detail the key findings and peer opinions collected, explore real world examples of innovative supply chain management, and provide practical steps for improving transparency within your organization, all with an eye towards sustainability.

Discover new ways to improve transparency in your supply chains by:
• Understanding the current state of supply chains and the latest research from top manufacturers.
• Learning how transparency impacts regulations, sustainability initiatives, and brand trust.
• Exploring strategies and real world examples for improving supply chain transparency. 

This is a complimentary program sponsored by UL.


Christian Anschuetz
  • SVP & Chief Digital Officer
  • UL 

Christian Anschuetz is UL’s Chief Digital Officer (CDO), responsible for embedding innovative technology and digital trends in operations to accelerate growth and enhance clients’ ability to predict and address regulatory and safety considerations in their value chains. He is passionate about the value trust brings to modern supply chains and the role data plays in delivering that trust. Christian holds degrees from the University of Michigan, Strayer University, and is a graduate of Yale’s Executive Leadership Program. Christian is also a proud veteran of the United States Marine Corps and the founder of the innovative nonprofit, Project RELO.

Jennifer Mabry
  • Commercial Product Manager
  • Bloomberg Environment

Jennifer works in product management for Bloomberg Environment, supporting research platforms and workflow tools to create efficiencies for environmental, health and safety professionals. Previously, she supported Federal facility operations and supply chain programs as the Director of Safety, Health & Environment for AECOM. Jennifer is a Board Certified Safety Professional and holds a Master’s degree in Environmental Management.