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The Future of LGBTQ Inclusion

With our allies, we’ll go far in ensuring equality for all.

Looking back over the past two decades, America’s workplaces have become decidedly more inclusive of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ) employees. The demand for an engaged, productive and talented workforce requires that companies attract and retain workers across the broad spectrum of diversity. Today, a company cannot afford to leave a talented worker […]

Making the Luxury Experience Sustainable

For Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton, high-end products need not come with a high carbon count.

The issues of urban access, congestion and pollution affect us all – even retail luxury brands. Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton (LVMH), for example, is changing its business model to meet two of the 21st century’s greatest challenges: e-commerce and urbanization. Christian Galichon, LVMH Sourcing’s director of purchasing coordination, thinks about these logistics conundrums every day. […]

Lessons Learned on the Path to Sustainable Urban Logistics

Major European cities have become a testing ground for the next phase of city delivery.

UPS Chief Information and Engineering Officer Juan Perez talked Monday about the future of our network – how we are integrating technology to connect the facilities, fleet, drivers and information systems fueling a more sustainable global network. From disrupting our industry – and ourselves – with our new technologies to overhauling our approach to city […]

The Next-Generation Logistics Network

Take a closer look at how UPS is bringing the global smart logistics network to life.

In 2017, UPS aligned its technology and engineering functions into one organization and named Juan Perez its Chief Information and Engineering Officer. Perez leads a team of UPS engineers and IT professionals who are laser-focused on building the company’s smart logistics network of the future. Read his thoughts below on how innovation and sustainability became […]

Advice for Breaking Down Sustainability Silos in 2018

The barriers between corporate functional silos are already crumbling.

As I reflect on 2017, one of the positive changes I noticed was the breaking down of silos. As the walls between sustainability, corporate social responsibility and other corporate functions start to crumble, leaders are better able to extend their influence and catalyze the integration of sustainable business practices across their company. As Charlene Lake, chief sustainability […]