Everledger’s Head of Sustainability Carrie George asks whether the application of OECD Due Diligence in the diamond industry can help raise standards all along the pipeline, in response to growing consumer expectations for ethical sourcing.
Louise Mercer, Everledger’s Chief Experience Officer, reveals her thinking behind the recent updates to the Everledger Platform. Simple, bold ideas can help solve the most complex industry challenges.
Do values actually make a difference? The short answer is yes, absolutely. Just look at the challenges of the COVID-19 crisis, when hard decisions were required.
Industry disruption relies on building bridges, rather than burning them, says Everledger CEO Leanne Kemp, as she recalls a few home truths from her upbringing in rural Queensland.
Gemstone track and trace methodologies, of which blockchain-enabled gemstones form a significant improvement to foster more transparency, are becoming central to any supply chain required to provide evidence of its responsible business practices.
Global total waste is on course to grow 70% by 2050, while each human being creates an average of 500kg of waste per year. Nonetheless, we are only recycling around 20% of our global plastic waste.
Tom Murphy, Everledger’s head of product, discusses the latest features of the Everledger Platform, which will support demand generation, sustainability and compliance for diamond retailers and manufacturers.
As the UK opens talks with Australia and New Zealand on a post-COVID Free Trade Agreement, our CEO discusses the potential benefits for Australian start-ups and scale-ups.
Wine counterfeiting is nothing new. Throughout human history, wine vessels have been forged, spiked, relabelled and watered down, despite the close attention of growers and collectors.
In recent years, technology firms have come under attack from customers, the media and governments for not doing enough to safeguard privacy and shut down cyberattacks.