Year: 2020

SAP Launches 5 & 5 by ’25 Initiative

Category: News

Posted by: Jo Seagrave / 10 November 2020

On October 5 SAP announced 5 & 5 by ’25, a corporate initiative targeting five percent of addressable spend* with social enterprises and with diverse businesses by 2025. In setting this target, SAP aims to inspire organizations around the world to buy more goods and services from purposeful suppliers, making a positive collective impact on the societies they operate in.

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SEWF Digital report

Category: Report

Posted by: Jo Seagrave / 02 November 2020

SEWF Digital took place in an extraordinary year, with the ongoing spread of the COVID-19 pandemic and the ensuing need to adapt to uncertainty and change.

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With great power, comes great responsibility

Category: News

Posted by: Jo Seagrave / 16 August 2020

“With great power, comes great responsibility.”  It is a proverb that dates back through history, but many of us know it better as the Peter Parker principle, made popular through Stan Lee’s Spider-Man comics and movies. The concept that those entrusted with considerable resources have a duty to utilize them wisely.  At SAP Ariba, we recognize our position as leaders in the procurement market and fully embrace our responsibility to help the world spend better. 

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SAP: The competitive advantage of social procurement

Category: Uncategorized

Posted by: Jo Seagrave / 27 April 2020

Corporate procurement is quickly becoming one of the main areas of interest for companies committed to social change and to positively impacting people and the planet. SAP has been leading the charge, demonstrating how integrating social enterprises into corporate supply chains can create added value for companies and communities.

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Social enterprises respond to community needs amid COVID-19

Category: News

Posted by: Jo Seagrave / 06 April 2020

Last week we reflected on systemic and structural responses that are supporting the social enterprise sector in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. These structural responses often rely on the ingenuity, creativity, and hard work of frontline social enterprise organisations and leaders who advocate for the sector and frequently inform the delivery of these response funds and campaigns. These are the same organisations and leaders that are collectively responding to this crisis by serving the needs of the most vulnerable and most affected in our communities.

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