Peter and Faryal explore Interloop's efforts in developing a new traceability tool called Looptrace. They tackle challenging questions about the necessity of such tools, identifying the beneficiaries of their implementation (considering the substantial costs and efforts involved in data gathering), and discuss the future landscape of traceability within the industry.
SUSTAINABILITY & ESG
In this episode, Professor Peter Lund-Thomsen from CBS engages in conversation with Faryal Sadiq, Vice-President of Sales and Marketing at Interlopp Limited. Interlopp, situated in Faisalabad, Pakistan, stands as one of the globe's largest hosiery manufactureres and producers of denim and apparel products, with an employee base of approximately 30,000 people.
This podcast is part of the Big Questions Little Time series developed in collaboration between the Centre for Business and Development Studies (CBDS) and Sustainability Centre at CBS. Both centres are today recognised as leading research environments in their field.
The CBS Sustainability Centre is a multi-disciplinary research centre devoted to the study of sustainable practices and developments in organisations, markets and society at large.
CBDS is an interdisciplinary research centre which carries out critical, engaged and theoretically-driven research on the roles of business, government and civil society in promoting inclusive and sustainable development in the global South.