Corporate sustainability due diligence: A practical guide to a new global regulatory environment

Join Speeki’s upcoming half-day workshop focused on corporate sustainability due diligence, where Speeki’s CEO and Founder Scott Lane will give you and other industry peers practical guidance on understanding and complying with regulations, implementing effective due diligence processes and building a culture of transparency and responsibility throughout your supply chain operations. 

The workshop will be based on case studies and extensive Speeki experience, ranging from high-level compliance and due diligence topics to deep dives into specific supply chain risk areas, guidelines and procedures. 

Workshop details:

11 June 2024 
Half day
Free of charge
Scott Lane (Linkedin:
Paris, France, Hyatt Regency Paris Etoile (Hotel Concorde La Fayette)
Benefits of attending Speeki’s workshops
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The session will include a presentation as well as some practical examples built on a fictional company scenario. Participants will gain valuable insights into the subject matter through a combination of theoretical frameworks and real-world applications. 
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Being Speeki trained will give you a competitive edge in today's business landscape. Our expert instructors, who possess extensive industry experience, will guide you through case studies and practical exercises, ensuring you acquire actionable skills that can be immediately applied in your professional endeavours.
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Explore the advantages of our workshops, where you can actively participate by asking questions, networking, engaging with Speeki experts and fostering productive dialogue around supply chain due diligence.
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By attending the workshop, you will:

  • gain insights into key regulations and learn how to interpret and comply with them effectively 
  • discover best practices for establishing robust due diligence processes tailored to your organisation’s needs, including risk assessment methodologies and monitoring mechanisms 
  • explore real-life case studies highlighting supply chain due diligence challenges and solutions, allowing you to apply theoretical knowledge to practical situations 
  • learn techniques for identifying potential risks within your supply chain and develop strategies to mitigate these risks proactively 
  • understand the importance of fostering a culture of transparency and responsibility throughout your organisation and supply chain partners. 

Host: Scott A Lane

Scott Lane is the CEO and Founder of Speeki. Scott is a lawyer, technologist and leading practitioner in the governance, anti-corruption and compliance space, having consulted for thousands of clients in over 100 countries. Scott has built, designed, reviewed and managed over 2,500 programmes for companies around the globe, and has been an active leader in the non-financial performance risk areas for over 25 years.

Scott has trained tens of thousands of people worldwide in meetings, conferences, online learning and webinars, cementing his position as a leading trainer in the ESG, assurance, governance, social, anti-corruption and compliance areas. He is a leader in ESG, having written hundreds of articles on ESG topics. Scott’s practical guidance not only helps people meet regulatory requirements but also encourages them to consider how ESG can benefit their business. 

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Corporate sustainability due diligence is your obligation

The growing importance of corporate sustainability due diligence is undeniable, driven by a wave of legislative measures like the Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence Directive, the German Supply Chain Act (LkSG) and the French Corporate Duty of Vigilance Law – to name a few.

Companies are now held responsible for their supply chains

These regulations require organisations worldwide to assess their supply chains, pinpointing issues ranging from forced labour to environmental degradation. Such laws reflect a global shift towards corporate accountability, where companies are held responsible for both their direct operations and the actions of their suppliers. 

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