Fair Supply participates in G20 Digital Innovation Network Startup Pitch Award
On September 3, Kimberly Randle, Fair Supply’s founder & CEO pitched virtually at G20 Digital Innovation Network(DIN). Fair Supply won the Audience Award in the Supply Chain category. The G20 DIN is a side event of Indonesia G20. The forum aims to foster the sharing of knowledge and collaboration among global innovation players. Fair Supply participated at the invitation of the Australian Government. A highlight of the event is the opportunity to showcase innovative solutions to the some of the most urgent and challenging issues being faced today in key focus areas: healthcare, green & renewable energy, education technology, financial inclusivity and supply chain. Pitching in the Supply Chain category, Fair Supply, was one of two Australian startups participating in the event. Participants were granted four minutes to pitch, three minutes for questions, three minutes for evaluation. In addition to the panel of judges, audience members were also invited to cast their vote. Fair Supply was voted best Supply Chain startup by the audience. Fair Supply congratulates the participants across the categories.
Why was Fair Supply selected to participate?
The social and environmental impact of global supply chains is increasingly in focus. Fair Supply's proprietary technology provides unique, proven, industry recognised footprinting capacity: Modern slavery risk foot-printing (world-first)Scope 3 GHG emissions foot-printingExtinction-risk foot-printing (world-first)Land use foot-printingWater use foot-printing