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FRoSTA Is Driving Digital Transformation And Sustainability With A Cool Head

18-Mar-2020 | Richard Howells

FRoSTA IT director Ben Windhorst shares how the midsize German frozen food company is driving digital transformation across the company.

A man and a young girl looking at a solar panel in a garden.

It’s A Leap Year: What Did You Do With The Extra Day?

3-Mar-2020 | Richard Howells

A few facts and figures show what a difference a day can make to planet Earth.

Young woman in beautiful green dress using mobile phone walking on the old city street in Dubrovnik, Croatia

Driving Sustainability In The Fashion Industry

20-Feb-2020 | Frank Omare

The fashion industry is working to reduce its environmental footprint and foster increased sustainability within the supply chain.

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