How can value chains become more sustainable? Innovation, social responsibility and digital pioneering spirit are the cornerstones on the way to a green value chain. Nowadays future-oriented innovation no longer takes place behind closed doors, but in strong partnerships.

Partnership for GreenMind² in E-Commerce

That is why CAMELOT has founded the innovation initiative GreenMind² together with German retailer Engelhorn, the chair of CSR from Mannheim University and SAP Innovation Center Network Camelot Camelot has founded the innovation initiative GreenMind². The aim of the initiative is to use digital innovation to create sustainable supply chains in (online) retailing and to support “green” consumer behavior. CAMELOT’s recently established “GreenMind²” competence center provides concepts and digital solutions.

Listen to the Blogcast

The blogcast features Dr. Josef Packowski, CEO of the CAMELOT Consulting Group, Simon Engelhorn, Managing Director of the family business Engelhorn, Professor Dr. Laura Edinger-Schons, Chair of Corporate Social Responsibility at the University of Mannheim and Torsten Zube, Head of the SAP Innovation Center Network.  Find out for yourself how many ideas and digital innovations are behind the GreenMind² initiative!

Please note that the blogcast is available in German only.

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More information can be found here:

Press Release GreenMind² in E-Commerce

GreenMind² Business Unit at Camelot ITLab 

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