Volume 5 Issue 2

Volume 5 Issue 2

New levels of creativity
In this issue of eSociety, we take a close-up look at supply chain strategy and structure in our KBB Special Report, starting on page 20. Occasionally standards drop below what is expected of a professional service and supply and, when this occurs, it’s the fault rather than the cause that is focused on. Inspired by a discussion at one of our recent Business Breakfasts with kitchen specialists Nicholas Anthony and Siematic, we examine how projects can run more harmoniously and produce the best outcomes for all parties. We’re passionate about standards, accreditation, sustainability, intellectual property protection for the creator and consumer protection, and this is a strong area of interest for SBID as well as its members.

Dr Vanessa Brady OBE


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