Please review the following releases for the latest news from the Global Sourcing Council.

For media inquires, please contact Executive Director, Angeline Judex

2010 3S Awards Event

The grand finale of the much awaited GSC 3S awards was held on February 8th, 2011. The awards night and dinner, hosted by Kaye Schole, was attended by an audience hailing from various countries like Poland, Spain, India and Canada. The 3S Awards intent was to showcase the brilliant examples of Sustainable and Socially responsible Sourcing practices that had made a difference to people, communities and the environment. The 3S awards provided a level playing field for organizations of varying sizes like Genpact and NH Hoteles to smaller local organizations like Distant Village Packaging and Vindhya e-Infomedia to demonstrate their roles in making a difference. READ MORE >>


GSC Announces Four International Winners of the Awards in Sustainable and Socially Responsible Sourcing

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NEW YORK, New York (February 14, 2011) – The Global Sourcing Council (GSC) announced the winners of the 2010 Awards in Sustainable and Socially Responsible Sourcing (3S Awards) on Tuesday, February 8, at a dinner and ceremony in Manhattan. The 3S Awards provide a platform to showcase global and domestic initiatives which promote sustainability and socially responsible sourcing practices. Read more

GSC Continues 3S Scorecard Initiative Amid Industry Support

Sourcing Practices

Social sustainability is the aspect of sustainability which encompasses human rights, labor law and corporate governance. It is recognized by CEOs and COOs, as well as venture capitalists involved in the field, as one of the most important challenges faced by large corporations in the 21st century. Read more

From the Desk of the President

Born or Made: Successful Execution of 3S

When it comes to profit, there are two kinds of business people: those for whom there is profit, only profit and nothing but a profit; and those for whom there is a bigger goal behind making a profit.

Are business people born that way or created? Read more