Join fellow COMMIT!Forum attendees for an informative session on "Best Practices in Conflict Mineral Reporting: Case Study on Automotive Industry" on Oct. 19. Tanya Bolden, director of corporate responsibility products and services for AIAG, will demonstrate how the automotive industry has become a leader on conflict minerals reporting and supply chain engagement.
CR Magazine spoke briefly with Bolden about her session, and she told us why it's a can't-miss presentation.
CR Magazine: Why should attendees attend your session? What will they learn?
Tanya Bolden: This session targets those in manufacturing sectors that have responsibility for conflict minerals reporting. You will learn how collaboration and common approaches can benefit individual companies and your collective industry.
CR: What is the biggest takeaway from your session?
TB: Collaboration among key stakeholders, even competitors, can be beneficial.
CR: Why do you think it’s important for people to attend COMMIT! Forum, in your opinion?
TB: Networking with peers and other like-minded individuals often sparks innovation and the sharing of best practices.